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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1902)
THE DAILY NEBRA8KAN
Ganoung Pharmacy Co.
1400 O Street, Lincoln, Neb.
ITot Soda in Skason. Open
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
(t street. Office telephone 535.
Residence telephone L 984.
DR. Q. W. MASTERS,
1232 O STREET,
Pioneer Barber Shop
Clean Linen, Finest of Toilets, Flrst
A. L. KEMNERRER, Proprietor.
113 So. 11th St., Lincoln, Neb.
Columbia National Bank
Ol LlNC. 01 N, Nmikaska.
Oiikiks: 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
J5J4 O Strecl. Tel. 754.
Originators of tho Idea of sending
homo work satisfactory
If You're a Kicker
Get a Lincoln Hardware Co.
And kick it to your heart content.
Lincoln Hardware Co,
1312 1314 0 Street.
f ., E. & M. V. R'Y.
Best Line to t
E. R. Butler,
C. T. H.
1024 O St.
GET YOUR GYMNASIUM SHOES AT
They have tjie GENUINE SWEDISH GYM
NASIUM SHOES and a number of other style's.
Oil ei- Theater Pharmacy.
The ly Press prints to please.
Restaurant Unique. 1228 O street.
Gregory, the Coal Man.
European plan at Hygienic Cafe.
Hun- Harlier whop. 120 North 12th.
Eat at Don Cameron's, 118 So. 11th.
Uuy 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.
Why not eat at the Good Health
E. C. Conkling is pledged to Alpha
Have the Ivy Press Co. print it, 125
No 12th street.
Rhodes I.ongly, '02, is in the drug
business at Nortli Platte.
Ted Faulkner of Lincoln is pledged
to Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
Forecast for Wednesday: Fair with
A. II. Staley, '01, is superintendent
of the schools at Friend.
Miss Claire Lester, halrdresslng and
manicuring, at The Famous.
The New Century, printers of cor
rect programs. 1123 N street.
Miss Etta Snyder of Fremont, visited
Miss Jane Bunt last Saturday.
Chas Crowell, Fremont, is visiting at
tne Delta Tau house this week.
Si Mason, a famous L .11. S. man, Is
now on the list at the training table.
Denning semi-anthracite. Clean, hot
and lasting. The thing for heating
stove. Only $8 at Gregory, 1044 O St.
Commandant Chase has recoWmend
ed that you leave your order for uni
form with Mayer Bros. Suits, $13; caps,
The Eleventh Hour Club met with
Miss Etta Agee, 231 South 15th street,
UNI. PINS Scarlet and Cream
Pins, with U. of N. or Nebraska
across the fae, 25c to $2. 5.
Uni. Seals, small and large, hat
pins, lapel buttons, cuff buttons,
brooches, etc. about fifty styles to
select from. Come In and buy one
Frank Coad of Fondulae. Wis., was
on the campus yesteiday.
There will be a University Club hop
n week from Friday night In Fraternity
Dr. Haskervllle In holding revival
meetings every night at St. Paul's
Registration cards show that there
are about 100 Seniors In the university
Mr. Case of Omaha, fathei of Mont
gomery Case, visited at the Delta Tail
Walt until the uniforms come. You
will see the Paine uniform on a good
many cadets. Sure
Dr. Clapp, the new physical director,
is expected to be here to take up his
nork by the first of next week.
Prof. Wyer will chaperon a crowd of
looters to Minneapolis next Friday.
Mr. Jay Barrett of the historical so-
Don R. Jewell. '(i:, Is out In Ilehrlng
sea surveying for the government. He
has about thirty men working under
A. D'Allemand, editor of the Arapa
hoe Pioneer, is in the city visiting ills
son, Bonoit, who attends the univer
Dr. C. E. Bessey leaves tomorrow for
Lawrence, Kan., to attend the Inaug
uration of Professor Strong as Chan
cellor. Prof. A. L. Candy is putting in Bpare
moments canvassing the various de
partments for tickets to Miss Stone's
Quite a number of students have
Joined the city Y. M. C. A. so as to
rpcelve the privileges of the bath, gym
The L. L. I had a drill and Bpell-down
Monday night, followed by dancing, in
Fraternity hall. Some university stu
dents were present.
ciety, will attend the state librarian's
association in Omaha next Thursday.
He will make an address on the Ne
braska library law.
J. F. Boomer, who went to Manila
last year in the employ of the govern
ment to work In the public schools,
has quit Bchool work and Is engaged
as a reporter on the Cable News In the
city of Manila.
EVERY LOYAL STUDENT
SHOULD WEAR A UNI. PIN.
WATCH FOBS U. of N. Watch
Fobs, in a dozen different styles.
Initial U. N., Uni. Seal Pennant,
and combinations of these. Ask
to see them.
SOUVENIR SPOONS U. of N.
Souvenir Spoons, in two sizes.
Prof E. H. Barbour showed hla class
In geology 1 some very beautiful views
of the Niagara Falls yesterday morn
ing, tftk-en by himself
You can leave your order for a cadet
uniform with Mayer BroH. First qual
ity cloth. Suits, $13; caps, $1.25, in
cluding cross pins.
ThlB semester there are five clasBes
in Greek b, .preparatory, while those of
Greek c number nine. Registration re
mains almost tho same.
The condition of Miss Josephine
Duras, who has been ill for the past
two weeks with typhoid fever, has not
yet shown any Improvement.
The class In mental pathology Is
planning a trip to Beatrice shortly to
visit the state Institution for the feeble
minded in order to take observations
for their work.
The fraternities are ontemplatlng
bartering a car for the Minneapolis
11 lp. The Huilington has quoted a
S!i..r0 rate with sleeping car accommo
dations. Delta Delta Delta gave an afternoon
tea in honor of Mrs. Chadwlck, Mrs.
Reynolds of Fremont, and Mrs. Paid of
St. Paul, and Mrs. Crow of Omaha were
out of town guests.
Arrangements are being made by tlio
fraternities to have as many Pullman
cars as possible for the .Minnesota
trip. They will leave Thursday and
come back Monday.
In honor of Mrs. McCrosky, Kappa
Theta chapter Delta Gamma enter- v
tains the active chapter tonight. Mrs.
McCrosky has but recently returned
from South America.
Mr. Wyer and Mr. Ward will address
the students at chapel today in the In
terests of the "Daily." They will
endeavor to Interest the students more
In the paper, besides asking for more
W. C. Phlpps, Doane, '1)5. who was
superintendent of the schools at Chad
ron last year, Is taking post-graduate
work In English literature and histor:.
He is alBo a reader in the department
of English literature.
Poif. Frederick G. Wright of Oberlln
will lecture in Fremont some time
tnis winter. Prof. Baibour being per
tonally acquainted with him will make
an effort to have him address the stu
dents at convocation.
Tlie basketball team this year will
hive to be made up entirely of new
material. Not a single arslty player
has appeared for practice and Cortel
joii is the only one back. It is not
known whether he will play or not.
Judge Davidson of Tec umseh and his
bride visited the university yesterday.
Judge Davidson was a member of Sig
ma Alpha Epsilon, and his wife, for
merly Miss Garnet Sullivan, was well
known In university cjrcles.
Dr. Bolton of the department of
philosophy will discuss Dr. Lowry's
paper on the "Over-working of Stu
dents," before the meetings of the
school superintendents of the state,
which will be held next Tuesday.
The art department has just received
from the Art Institute of ChlcagoTa
Jlfe-Blzed plaster cast of Joan of Arc.
It Is modelled after the famous original
by Chapu In the Luxumberg gallery of
PaiiB. The department considers Itself
ptxceedlngly fortunate in securing so
excellent a piece of statuary, as it is
the finest of Its kind in the middle
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