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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TALK WITH LUDWIG
ABOUT YOUR CLOTHES
We make the best fall dress suits
in town, $30.00 up we have every
thing you want at the price you
103( O Street.
Ganoung Pharmacy Co.
1400 O Street, Lincoln, Neb.
Hot Soda in Season. Open
If You're a Kicker
Get a Lincoln Hardware. Co.
And kick it to your heart's content.
Lincoln hardware Co,
1312-1314 0 Street.
THE FAMOUS CADET UNI
FORM Made by The Henderson
Ames Co., Kalamazoo, Michigan,
can be secured of
237 South nth Street.
See cloth samples and let him take
Yule Bros. Laundry
J5J4 O Street TcL 754.
Originators of tho idea of sending:
homo work satisfactory
DR. J. R. HAGGARD. Physi
cian and Surgeon. Special atten
tion paid to diseases of females and
rectal diseases. Rooms 212 to 214
Richards block. Residence 13 10
G street. Office telephone 535.
Residence telephone L 984.
f ., E. & M. V. R'Y.
Best Line to
1024 o St.
E. R. Butler,
C T. H.
1024 O St.
A teacher'B class in geology 15 has
been organized. For the first semester
the class will take up the study of min
erals and rocks, and then take up gen
eral geology "with field work for the
rest of the year. There were twenty
teachers present from the Lincoln
schools Saturday morning.
The Best Shoes on
Local and Personal
Gregory, the Coal Man.
Eat at Don Cameron's, 118 So. 11th.
Cameron's lunch counter, 118 So.
The Palace barber shop, 109 No. 11th
Dr. Baker's office, over Miller and
For a good smoke go to Joo, 1437 O
Buy your Gloves at the Faraoui.
Buy your Corsets at tho Famous.
Buy your Millinery at the Famous.
Qloves Cleaned at the Famous.
Class politics have almost reached
a fever heat.
Sixteen girls have enrolled in the
special physical education course for
The girls' basket ball teams will
practice between 1:30 and 2 p. m.
throughout the semester.
Two men have been employed to as
sist Jack Best in caring for some mus
cles, bruises and sprains of the foot
Professor Luckey has received a re
quest to name some one to fill a $1,500
position as professor of education In a
The attendance at the men's gym
nasium classes continues to Increase.
The number of lockers is Insufficient
to accommodate the classes and several
of the old lockers are out of repair.
Fred Cross, who formerly had charge
of the green house, is now gardener at
the Insane asylum. Peter Nelson, who
received hlB professional training in
Sweden, takes his place here.
A night school, in which instruction
will be given in shorthand and type
writing, will be conducted during the
coming year by the city Y. M. C. A.
The school opens the fore part of
A. W. Gaines, student assistant in
the weather bureau, has resigned and
will soon leave the university. His
place will be taken by Charles S. Grln
dle of Washington, D. C, who will de
vote his entire time to the work.
THE LINCOLN BOOK STORE
1123 O STREET.
HAVE IN STOCK SOME COPIES:
Hastings' & Beach's Physics, Beaman & Smith's Algebra,
Remsen's Chemistry, Allen & Greenaugh's Latin Grammar,
And several other Text Books, which will be sold this week at
Earth for the Price
At present there are about fifteen In
the basket ball class.
Hal Roberts, '00. of Omaha, visited
friends in Lincoln over Sunday.
Charles Knapp of Mlnden has been
pledged to Delta Upsilon.
John C. Chrlstensen, '99. is a prac
ticing physician at Hampton.
Do you want good coal clean coal
hot coal? See Gregory the coal man at
104-1 O street.
T. H. Tomson. '98, who has taught
In the Minden high school. Is one of
the Fellows in the German department.
Ex-County Superintendent Lundberg
of Wayne county, registered for Junior
Ernest Smith, law'01, is practicing
law in Pender. His wife is practicing
medicine at the same place.
Miss Margaret DavlB, '01, was In the
city Friday. Miss Davis Is teaching
her second year in the Fremont high
Give me a smoke that's rare and right
When I am weary grown;
And for the blues, give me a night
With Powell's gramaphone.
Oliver Theater Cigar Store.
John L. Kind left last week for Co
lumbia. During the summer he was
given the Carl Schurz fellowship in
that university and will take up IiIb
work this Bemester. He was formerly
Instructor at the university in Ger
man. F. G. Bruner, '03, has been made a
scholar In the department of education.
He succeeds W. R. Jackson, who has
been made professor of education at
The physical education department
has purchased some new apparatus con
sisting of two Swedish Plinths to be
used In the medical gymnastics and
The enrollment In the girls' gymna
sium classes Is larger this year than
during previous years. There are 225
in the first year classes. Several new
divisions have been formed and the
new chapel Is used to accommodate
The registration In the German con
versational class, course VII, has In
creased considerably. The number of
pupils Is now 101. This shows an evi
dent appreciation of Professor Fosler's
good work In his classes and his con
scientious efforts In their behalf.
Mr. Daniel Gutlcbon of tho mechani
cal department 1b employed In con
structing a beet factory In Michigan.
He Ib expected back next semester.
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 10th
and 0 Streets. Phone 235.
Best equipped shop in the
state; no kids employed
Shader. 1430 0 St.
Pioneer Barber Shop
Clean Linen, Finest of Toilets, First
A.L. KEMNERRER, Proprietor.
113 So. 11th St, Lincoln, Neb.
Cigars & Smokers'
1020 O Street
If you like our work,
Tell a Friend;
If you don't like it,
Tell the Man.
R. & Cfc BARBER SHOP,
1144- O Street.
Tlit man who oltliet
tuhunt anr kind of game
from Hie larveil to Che uualUtt
will And lb
line complete. We make all m ol teptallhr;
ilflca from tj lo 45 callUe, anil our repeatllrg
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eject al the aide, uur new automatic
rccollHjtxfaung acvice now lurnunea on
all ol our tnoigunt inane, 11 lue aairti
bieccli loading Run erer Mint
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