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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1902)
TttB BAILY NfrBttASKAtt
Electric Shoe Repairing
1220 0 Street
Get those shoes soled for 75c.
Ladies' shoes soled For 50c.
First-class sewed work. We
sell good shoes also,
Cincinnati Shoe Store
GET YOUR GYMNASIUM SHOES AT
A sample cadet uniform may be soon
at our Btore First quality, $14. Tho
noxt best, $13.50. Wo liavo been fur
nishing them for some years and havo
fit and wear. P alno's Clothing Store
ArPintorestlng and Instructive lec
ture with Btoreoptlcon views on tho
book "Ben Hur,' under tho auspices of
Court No. 103, Trlbo of Bon Hur, at
their hall, 1041 O street, Tuesday evon
ing, October 21. Tickets, 25 cents.
They have the GENUINE SWEDISH GYMNASIUM
SHOES, also a number of other styles.
Ganoung Pharmacy Co.
1400 O Street, Lincoln, Neb.
Hot Soda in .Season. Open
If You're a Kicker
Gel a Lincoln Hardware Co.
And kick it to your heart's content.
Lincoln hardware Co,
13121314 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
15J4 O Stree4. Tel. 754.
Originators of theJdea of g3ndiff
home 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 1310
G street. Office telephone 535.
Residence telephone L 984.
f ., L & M. V. R'Y.
Best Line to
1024 o St.
E. R. Butler,
C. T. H.
1024 O St.
Pioneer Barber Shop
Clean Linen, Finest of Toileta, Firat--Class
A L. KfiMNERRER, Proprietor.
113 So. 11th St, Lincoln, Neb.
Local and Personal
Oliver Theater Pharmacy.
Gregory, th'c Coal Man.
European plan at Hygienic Cafe.
Kat at Don Cameron's, 118 So. 11th.
Buy your Gloves at the Famous.
Buy your Corsets at the Famous.
Buy your Millinery at tho Famous.
GIovcb Cleaned at the Famous.
Cameron's lunch -counter, 118 So.
Why not cat at tho Good Health
Sigma Alpha Epsilon will hold initia
Miss Nellie House of Pender, is back
bogaln at 'the university.
The New Century, printers of cor
rect programs. 1123 N street.
Miss Claire Lester, hairdresslng and
manicuring, at The Famous.
Arthur Niles. '02, is a mining engi
neer in southwestern Colorado.
$12.25 will buy a first-class regula
tion uniform and cap at Cerf's, 925 O.
Daisy Houch of Grand Island is a
guest of the Kappa Kappa Gammas this
Herbert Smith of Aurora, is visiting
his brother, Harry Smith, of the Ju
nior law class.
Miss Mabel Stephen entertains in
honor of her birthday at the Kappa
house this evoning.
Mayer Bros, have been awarded tho
contract to furnish cadet uniforms.
Get your measure taken at once.
Denning semi-anthracite. Clean, hot
and lasting. The thing for heating
stove. Only $8 at Gregory, 1044 O St.
Do not misB having your measure
taken today by the factory man at
Memorial hall; suit and cap, $12.25.!
AT THE OLIVER.
Thursday, Oct. 9th
Will present a sumptuous scenic
grand historical play
25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00. Seats on Sale Now.
Pay no fancy prices for cadet uni
forms. See Cerf, 926 O St.
You may want a $15.00 cadet uni
form. See ours. Edward Ccrf & Co.,
Delta Delta Delta will give a tea
Saturday afternoon In honor of Mrs.
Chadwlck, their patroness.
Do not be imposed upon; buy uni
forms at tho rtent prioc; '$12.25 will
do It, cap included. Cerf, 925 O.
Workmanship and cloth are war
ranted in every respect in our uni
forms at $12.25, cap Included. Cerf,
Social dancing every Friday evening
at .Rlcheson's Academy. Beginner's
class each Wednesday night. Academy
1123 N street.
Dr. Baylor of Lead, 8. D., a graduate
of the medical department of the uni
versity, is vlBiting in the city.
The teachers' class in general -geology
Is planning to make a series of
expeditions to ppjnts of local interest.
John Hill of Salt Lake City, was the
guest of his fraternity brothers at the
Phi Delta Theta house during the fore
part of the week.
John Schulyerman, a former student
of the university, 1b a traveling agent
for a topical Bible company in north
Work of an Interesting nature is
now being done by Mr. Sheldon's class
in bacteriology. It will pay anyone
who has not seen such work to step
into room 101, Nebraska hall, any af
ternoon. S. D. Clinton writes from a railroad
camp in Wyoming: "I am about fifty
miles from anywhere, camped on tho
north fork of the Stinking Water river
engineering a government road into
the park. We don't get the mail but
twice a week, but that Nebraskan will
be mighty welcome whenever it shows
Vol. V, series 2, of tho Proceedings
and Collections of the Nebraska State.
Historical society has ust reached the
history library. Vol IV. of the same
series is being delivered. The latter
consists of biographical sketches of
noted Nebraska men and contains sev
eral half-tones of them or their rela
tives. MR. WALKER
production of St-kespeare's
With an Excellent Com
pany of FORTY PEOPLE
Owing to the unusually largo number
enrolled tho American history dopart
mont Is In a crowded condition. Ono
of the divisions was dismissed Tuesday
as the Instructor was unablo to find
any place available for recitation.
The mnny friends of Miss EdJth
Shaw will be sorry to learn that owing
to ill health, she has been compelled
to resign her position as musical di
rector In the college at Kingfisher,
A now course, mythology, has been
put In tho Gorman department. This
Is for advanced Btudonts and post-graduates
only, and consists of a study of
old German manners and customs.
There are eight students in the class.
The department of botany has re
ceived a sample of a fine microscopo
from the firm of Bausch and Lomb, of
Rochester, N. Y., for examination and
trial. It will be retained for somo
time in order to givo it a full trial.
P. J. O'Gara, '02, scholar In botany,
hns gone to Stuart, Neb., in order to.
give an address on tho plants which
are poisonous to stock. He goes at
the request of the veterinary depart
ment of the experiment station.
Professor Barbour hns recoived a
letter from Paul Plllsbury, who Is in
tho lumber business at Ronfrow, Okla.
Ho says: ''I write you from this out-of-the-way
town, which Is apparently
a few foet beyond the jumping off
place, to let you know that I am still
numbered among the living."
After a good deal of worrk, tho
classes in botany have all managed to
find time for lectures and laboratory
work. It was found necessary .to mako
three divisions for laboratory work in
pharmaceutical botany, ono of the di
visions taking Saturday forenoon from
8 to 12 o'clock.
Best equipped shop in the
state; no kids employed
Shader. 1430 0 St.
Cigars & Smokers'
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