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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1902)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKA!
You want, and the one you get,
is the best the country affords.
Apply the same principle to buy
ing cloths. The best is the
cheapest wins your self-respect
and the respect of others.
My tailors arc the best in Lin
coln. Trices within the reach
of all, if you only think so and
HE MAKES CLOTHES
1141 O 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 Wenatchcc
$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.
HOWLING 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. Powell's, 146
N. 11th. Phone L(64k
AT TENTH STREET BOWL
ING ALLEY, O. E. Kimerl
would like to see his old custom
ers and all new ones. Three alleys
in operation. 139 South Tenth
The Debating Association has opened
for business. Students Interested In
its line of goods should call on the
secretary. Membership price $1. Get
into line and help duplicate- last year's
WALTER FREDERICK MEIER.
This column Is devoted mainly to
notices of the university. All depart
ments and student organizations hav
ing notices to publish should leave
them either at the executlvo office, at
the office of the paper, or hand them to
anyone connected with the paper. All
announcements should be In by G p. m.
Everyone not already registered for
first or second year chorus work and
wishing to do so wfll be permitted to
register without paying the additional
fee of $3.
SENIOR CLASS MEETING.
There will be a class meeting Tues
day, Sept. 30, at I p. m., in the old
chapel for the purpose of electing offi
cers and disposing of any other busi
S. 13. BLACK.
After about October I gymnasium
classes will be required to appear in
uniforms. Turner pants, black rubber
soled tennis shoefl, and blue, sleeveless
Jersles will be worn. No man will be
allowed on the floor who is otherwise
dressed. F. LANE,
Assistant Physical Director,
Professor Bessey, dean of the Indus
trial college, will be in the dean's office,
room 101, University hall, from 11:30 to
12 a. m. each school day, for consulta
tion with the students of his college.
He wishes to have it understood that
dean's business is not transacted in
the botanical rooms in Nebraska hall.
The class in English 11a and the
instructor will be convenienced by the
return of the members' recitation sched
ules, which were taken from the "Cr"
open box in Station A last Saturday
M. M. FOGG.
Mr. F. Barks. J. B. Davisson. A. W.
Clemens and W. A. Kimmish of the
engineering department, were employed
at the Havelock shops during the sum
mer. Chancellor Andrews announced in
c hapel yesterday that he would try
to have the gubernatorial candidates
and the chairmen of the democratic
and republican state committees ad
dress the students during the cam
paign. WANTED By two university stu
dents, two second-hand cadet uniforms.
Must be In good condition. Address
Advertising manager Daily Nebraskan,
32(i So. 11th.
Glee Club Meeting.
The Glee club accomplished a little
organization work last night. The
Palladians were kind enough to tender
the use of their hall, where there was
a piano. The first part of the evening
was devoted to some incidental busi
ness matters and the laying down in a
more thorough manner of the coming
work. A committee of three was ap
pointed to reconstruct the constitution
and by-laws to cater to present needs.
The latter part of the evening was used
In voice testing and placing by Profes
sor Starr. Steps weremade looking to
a co-organization of mandolin and gui
tar players. The club will, from now
on, meet on Monday evenings.
The enrollment In the domestic
science department Is now over 100.
This is a considerable Increase over the
enrollment of last year. A third year
course has been added and the stu
dents are very enthusiastic . Cooking
classes will be organized in the Con
trol and Capitol schools of the city and
placed under the charge of some of the
more advanced students in domestic
The Student's Lecture asso iation of
the University of Michigan offers a lec
ture course in which the following men
will appear: Congressman Llttlefield
of Maine, Thomas Dixon, "Bob" Tay
lor, Newell Dwight Hillis, Bourke
Cochran, Woodrow Wllsqn, Lorado
Taft, Elbert Hubbard and Leland Pow
ers. There will nlso be a debate be
tween Champ Clark of Missouri and
Congressman Landis of Indiana, on the
question of Imperialism.
PLENTY Of Neat, tiim, or dainty
NECKWeAR furnishes all the
variety you want. A very pretty
line of stocks, turn-overs, jabots,
etc., has lately been received.
At i2jc 20c, and 25c White
Swiss embroidered turn-overs.
At 35c New Bishop turn-overs,
whit 1 lawn hemstitched with tabs
embroidered in French knots.
At 50c White turn-overs, with
pink or blue hems cat-stitched to
At 35c Point lace and Duchess
braid tnrn-overs, hand-made.
At 60c All white linen stocks,
with scalloped turn-overs embroid
ered in French knots, fagoted
At 25c Black velvet stocks, tabs
bound in white and embroidered
l with white o colored dots.
The manager of the football team
has made the following ruling in re
gnicl to complimentaries:
No one is entitled to complimentaries
except members of the press directly
engaged in football matters. Also all
men on the varsity team and the reg
ural substitutes are entitled to two
complimentaries per man per game.
Men or the scrubs get an admission
tic ket to games, provided their attend
ance at practice has been regular.
Men engaged in the other university
athletic sports are not entitled to com
plimentaries. FRESHMAN CLASS MEETING.
There will be a business meeting of
the Freshman class In U 20G, at 10
o'clock this morning. There will be
election of class officers and other mat
ters of business.
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
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.
BESIDES, there's a great difference in the
price, entirely aside from the fact that
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
Ewing Clothing Co.
115-117 0 Street, Lincoln. Neb.
FOUNTAIN Have you a good pen
PENS for your note book
work? If not take advantage of
the fact that we are closing out
our line of Franklin and Washing
ton pens at half price. These we
can strongly recommend as being
very satisfactory in every respect.
Washington Pens, plain holder,
Washington Pens, i inch gold
Washington Pens, -1b inch gold
Franklin Pens, spiral holder, $ 1 .00.
Franklin Pens, large size, 1.25.
A WEBSTER'S You've always
DICTIONARY wished for. Here
it is for $3.33 quarto size, full
shep bound, indexed, and with it
a Noye's dictionary stand. This
stand is thoroughly simple and
practical. The opportunity is a
rare one since the combination is
usually worth from 5.00 to 6. 00.
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