The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 14, 1902, Page 3, Image 3
H THE DAILY NEBRASKAN V r -1 4 s "f A Ganoung Pharmacy Co. 1400 O Street", Lincoln, Neb. Hot Soda in Season. Open All Night. DR. J. R- HAGGARD. Physi cian and Surgeon. Special atten tion paid to diseases of iemales and rectal diseases. Rooms 212 to 214 Richards block. Residence 13 10 G street. Office telephone 535. Residence telephone L 984. DR. G. W. MASTERS, DENTIST 1232 O STREET, TELEPHONE 194 Pioneer Barber Shop Clean Linen, Finest of Toilets, First Class Service. A. L. KEMNERRER, Proprietor. 113 So. 11th St, Lincoln, Neb. Columbia National Bank Ok Lincoln, Nebraska. Capital, $100,000.00. y Oinu-.Rs: John B.Wright, Presi dent; J. II. Westcott, Vice-President; Joe Samuels, 2d Vice-President; P. L. Hall, Cashier; W. B. Ryons, Assistant Cashier. STEVENS & NEVILLE'S New Location Is at 1330 O Street. Pool and Billiards in connection. Yule Bros. Laundry J5H O Street Tel. 754. Originators of the Idea of sending homo work satisfactory If You're a Kicker Get a Lincoln Hardware Co. FOOT BALL And kick it to your heart's content. Lincoln Hardware Co, 1312-1314 0 Street. THE... NORTHWESTERN ...LINE E., L & M. V. R'Y. Best Ltne to ST. RAUL black hills Chicago 1024 o st E. R. Butler, O. T. H. 1024 O St. Roy MoGinnis, Gen'l Agt. GET YOUR GYMNASIUM SHOES AT SANDERSON'S Tlrey have the GENUINE SWEDISH GYM NASIUM SHDES and a number of other styles. Local and Personal Oliver TheateT'-Pharmacy. The Ivy Presfl prints to please. Restaurant Unique. 1228 O street. Gregory, the Coal Man. European plan at 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. Gloves Cleaned at the Famous. Cameron's lunch counter, 118 So. 11th. Why not eat at the Good Health Cafe. I.oona Pollard, '02, Is teaching near Nehawka, Neb. Have the Ivy Press Co. print it, 125 No. 12th street. The band will give a concert in chapel Thursday. The New Century, printers of cor rect programs. 1123 N street. Miss Claire Lester, halrdressing and manicuring, at The Famous. Bertha McCall, '02, is teaching math ematics In the Auburn high school. Mr. Earl Brooks, '01, is taking a course In medicine at Northwestern University. Denning semi-anthracite. Clean, hot and lasting. The thing for heating stove. Only $8 at Gregory, 1014 O St. Commandant Chase has recommend ed that you leave your order for uni form with Mayer Bros. Suits, $13; caps, $1.25. The teachers cIbbs in geology, now numbering twenty-two, has engaged tally-hos for tho purpose of making geological excursions next Saturday. They will be accompanied by Profes sors Barbour, Condra and Gordon. II. Herpolsheimer Co. CLOAK AND SUIT DEPARTMENT. Ladies' Black Cloth Capes, 40 inches long, made of good Kersey, mercerized lining, tailor stitching, at $5.00 A beautiful line of Monte Carlo Cloaks, priced remarkably low for this week. New Silk Monte Carlo" Cloaks, an exquisite line of samples, at f -. ONE-THIRD OFF WAISTS Fleece lined all colors, with black polka dots, suitable for school or street wear, at 75c PETTICOATS Black mercerized Petticoats, at ! '. .5Gc We have over 2,000 Petticoats on sale at the best values ever f offered, from g6.oo down to $1.75, $1.50,1.25, gr.oo and. . . ,75c FUR SALE CONTINUED We will continue our Fur Sale this week, and can save you fully 25 per cent on Furs. 1 1 Miss Emma Neldhart, '01, is teach ing In the Beatrice high school this year. Miss Jessie Holly, a former student of the university Is teaching at Plain-view. The Junior Academics and Junior I aws will contest on the gridiron Sat urday. The new room for medical students In the mechanic arts building, Is near Ing completion. , Walt until the uniforms come. You will see tho Paine uniform on a good many cadets. Sure The eighth annual mooting of the Nebraska Library association will be held at Omaha, October 1G and 17. Mrs. Shidler. who has been visiting her daughter the past week, returned home to York yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Fallor, '02, law claBB, are practicing law In Lincoln, and are located In tho Burr block. Twelve glrlB have reported for bas ket ball practice at tho academy. Miss Louise Pound will coach the players. Ira Reasoner, '02, law class, Is prac ticing law In this city. He Is a mem ber of the firm of Coflln and Clements. You can leave your order for a cadet uniform with Mayer Bros. First qual ity cloth. Suits, $13; caps, $1.25, in cluding cross pins. Mr, C. A. Fisher, a former assistant in tho department of geology In tho University of Nebraska, now holds a Fellowship In geology at Yale. The 2d year class in domestic science are doing some practical work In cal culating the waste and cost of grapes preserved by different methods. Prof. Stout assumed charge of his classes this morning. Ho has been absent attending the national Irriga tion congress at Colorado Springs. The department of geology Is making extensive preparations for excursions this fall. The Intention of Professor Barbour is tq, havo a special train. Mr. and Mrs. I",. Volt spont Sunday' with their bod, OBCnr. nt tho 8lgma Alph house. They returned tqXjftmd In land,, their homo, yesterday morning. Professor Nicholson has received a formal invitation to attend tho Instal lation exercises of tho Chancellor or the University of Kansas, Oct. 10, 17 and 18. The academy Is now situated In Its new location at 411 North 12th Btrect. All recitation will bo conducted there, while the laboratories will remain at the Windsor hotel. The enrollment at too Lincoln Acad emy Is 140. This Is a great Incrcaso over lost year. Work Is well tindor headway and tho school promises to become a ctrong institution. Tho I Incoln Acadomy will soon havo a monthly periodical. No subscription will be charged tho studentu for thlo year and they may havo several extra copies free of charge for their friends If desired. Tho newspapers received by tho his torical society are found In tho north end of the historical society room, In tho basement of the library. Many new students havo not beon able to find them. Professor ami Mrs. Lawronco Fossler gave a dinner Saturday evening In honor of Mr. Benton, who was former ly Chancellor of the University. Mr. Benton, is visiting his daughters, Mrs. E. S. Dales and Mrs. Wlllard Stowart. Volumes 4 and 5 of tho second series of reports which are issued by tho state historical society, are ready for dis tribution. Tho reports aro neatly bound In book form and each contains about 500 pages. Including several pages of Illustrations. About 1,000 copies will be sent out. Sigma Chi entertained Informally Saturdny night at the chapter house, 17th and 0 streets. Tho guests were entertained with cards and dancing. Those present wero Misses Heacock, Kate Heacock, Miles, Holland, Whit more, Moyers, Leah Myers, and Messrs. Asthatter, Smith, be Horg, Van Burg, Gould, Burg, Whltmore and Hansen. Delta Gamma held their Initiation Saturday night and received. Into tho sorority Kathleen Tuttle and Lillian Fitzgerald of Lincoln, Grace Abbott of Grand Island, Roma Love of Fremont, and Lena Frlcke of Plattsmouth. Miss Laura Bridge of Fremont and Miss Edith Dumont of Omaha, attended the initiation. About twelve men had their measure ments taken at the physical director's offices for gymnasium suits. It is hoped that students will not bo negligent, about ordering suits as it is desired' to havo the classes appear in uniform) before long. Tho number of ordern left thus far with tho physical director is insufficient for him to secure tho reductions previously quoted in tho Dally Nebraskan. Kappa Alpha Theta held Initiation Saturday evening at Mips Nelloro Wil son's after which there was a spread at the house. Misses Mary Bedwell, Omaha,1 Eona Brock, Hastings, Martha Cline, Minden, Joyce Broady and Edith Robbins, Lincoln, Ethel Norvall, Sew ard, Martha Post, Columbus, Claire Povey, Plattsmouth and Marie Nettle ton of Kansas City, wero initiated. Mioses Georgia Patterson, Nello Ran dall, Hallle Post, and Jessica Morgan, wero the -out of town Thetas present at the initiation. 3 -.UMtfttrtSXlft,.