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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1902)
THE DAILY NEBRA8KAN
Electric Shoe Repairing
1220 O Street
Get those shoes soled lor 75c.
Ladies' shoes soled for 50c.
First-class sewed work. We
sell good shoes also.
Cincinnati Shoe Store
Ganoung Pharmacy Co.
1400 () Street, Lincoln, Neb.
Hot Soda in Season. Open
If You're a Kicker
( a Lduo.'v. H araivarc Co.
And kick it to your heart . content.
Lincoln Hardware Co,
13121314 0 Street.
GET YOUR GYMNASIUM SHOES AT
They have the GENUINE SWEDISH GYMNASIUM
SHOES, also a number of other styles.
Local and Personal
THE FAMOUS CADET UNIFORM-
Made by The Ilenderson
Ames Co , Kalama.oo, Michigan,
can be secured of
237 South 11th Street.
See cloth samples and let him take
Yule Bros. Laundry
J5J4 O Street Tel. 754.
Originators of the 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 2 1 2 to 214
Richards block. Residence 13 10
(t street. Office telephone 535.
Residence telephone L 984.
E., E. & M. V. R'Y.
Bert Line to
1024 o St.
C. T. II.
1024 O St.
Gen'l Agt. -
Pioneer Barber Shop
Clean Linen, Finest of Toilets, First
A, L. KEMNERRER, Proprietor.
113 So. 11th St, Lincoln, Neb.
Oliver Theater Pharmacy.
Gregory, the Coal Man.
Eat at the Hygienic Cafe.
Eat at Don Cameron's, 118 So. 11th.
Buy your Gloves at the, Famous.
Buy your Corsets at the Famous.
Buy your Millinery at the Famous.
GIovcb Cleaned at the FamoiiB.
Cameron'B lunch counter, 118 So.
The Palace barber shop, 109 No. 11th
Dr. Raker's office, over Miller and
Miss Geneva Frlsmann, '02, Is teach
ing at Clarks.
The Y. M. C. A. Is preparing a stu
Chas. Hale, '87, of Ravena. was In
the city yesterday.
C. A. Rose. '02, holds a desirable po
sition as assayer with a Rlaek Hills
W. H. C. Rice, a former student, Is
now editor of the Central City Repub
lican. Harry Asthalter. a Sigma Chi of
Iowa State University has registered
for Senior law.
Miss Hazel Hartsough goes to her
home at Mindeu today, and will re
main over Sunda
Vivian Strickland, a sophomore of
last year, is assistant principal of the
Claude Hlnmnn a sophomore In 1901,
has a position fts instructor In the Da
vid City high school.
Vernon Beattie, '02, is a mail clerk
on the Union Pacific.
Miss Hannah Pillsbury, '02. is teach
ing in the high school at Tecumseh.
Howard C. Thompson, '01, law doss,
Is now county judge of Merrick county.
The "Good Health" Cafe now pre
sents a very commendable appearance.
Good Health Cafe for purest food.
The Hygienic Cafe has recently been
painted, exterior as well as interior.
Miss Gertrude Gardner, a graduate of
the Conservatory of Music, Is teaching
In the high school at Central City.
Rodney Bliss, of Mlnden, formeily
Nebraska's star pitcher, is a guest of
his fraternity brothers at the Delta
Two men from the Iowa State Uni
versity have registered for the Senior
Iiw work. Thfy say to graduate
from the law school of Nebraska State
University is considered quite an ac
complishment for Iowa men.
The Jeffersonlan club held a meeting-'
lost night and elected the following of
ficers: Pres., Wm. Morrow; vlee-pres..
Mr. Baker and sec. Mr. Llghtner.
Craig L. Spencer, at one time editor
of the old Nebraskan. Is engaged in
the real estate business on the Omaha
and Winnebago Indian reservations.
Cyrus Mason, who played end and
tackle on the famous I.. H. S. team of
'07, registered yesterday and appeared
on the gridiron yesterday afternoon.
Allen Sedgewlck, formerly a univer
sity student. Is attending Columbln
University. He Is taking a course in
Clyde Hayes, who took preparatory
work In the medical school Inst year,
holds a jK)sltlon as chemist in a large
sugar factory in California.
A series of experiments to determine
what conditions of tempernture and
molHtnrc conduce to the production of
poison In sorghum have been begun
In the green house This is of espe
cial interest to the fnrmeis. as the loss
to live stock from soighum poisoning
has been very large in some years.
The Eleventh Hour club held Its first
meeting of the year Wednesday even
ing, with Misses Evans, Spurlock and
Hartsough. at 1315 J street. The so
cial features peculiar to an organiza
tion of this kind were all In evidence.
and an enjoyable time Is reported. Miss
ia.el Newman wns the guest of the
Specimens of plants continue to be
sent to Professor Bessey for naming,
and with them inquiries as to their
poisonous or other qualities.
As long's we wash ourselves with soap,
And dry ourselves with towels,
We'll eat and smoke, und laugh and
And spend the night at Powell's.
Oliver Theatre Cigar Store.
Co-Eds: Do you fully appreciate
that Miss Crow gives her personal at
tention to all glove and corBet fitting
in the ladies furnishings department,
Armstrong Clothing Co.?
The photographic department of the
university has at last succeeded in
manufacturing their own hydrogen
and oxygen gases for the use of the
lanterns. Before this year it has been
necessary to send to Omaha and Chi
cago for these gases.
MRS. ANGUS has a complete line of
fall and Winter Hats, School Caps, Toques,
Hoods, and an elegant line of Pattern
Hats, also Gloves, ' Hose and Handkerchiefs.
CALL AND SEE US.
14-3 South Twolfth Street.
THE LINCOLN BOOK STORE
1126 O STREET.
HAVE IN STOCK SOME COPIES:
Hastings' & Beach's Physics, Bearrian & Smith's Algebra,
Remsen's Chemistry, Allen & Greenaugh's Latin Grammar,
And several other Text Books, which will be sold this week at
Perhaps you noticed those well
dressed young men on the street yes
terday Some wore the dashing var
sity style, some of the smart Military
front and back, some the two-button
and three-button double-breasted sack.
You saw Coronation clothes. Tweeds,
KerBeys, Meltons, Casslmeres, Wor
steds and a great array of the prettiest
fabrics. Every garment fit and Bet
perfectly. These young men dressed
up at Armstrong's and Just as good
awaits you at JiiBt as low prices aiv
they enjoyed 1221-27 O street.
The entering class In the 8tate Uni
versity of Wisconsin Is the largest in
the history of the Institution. The fol
lowing statement from the registrar
shows the registration in the various
classes us compared with last year:
"The total registration of the uni
versity to the close of Thursday, Sep
tember 2fi, was 1,711, as compared with
l,(r7 for the corresponding time last
yeur. The number of new studentB,
including graduates and students ad
mitted to advanced standing, Is 704,
as against G53 last year, the number
of upper classmen registered 8(50 this
year to 826 last year; law students
117 as against 178 of last year."
DR. G. W. MASTERS.
1232 O STREET,
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