The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 27, 1902, Page 4, Image 4

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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
Ganouiig Pharmacy Co.
1400 () Street, Lincoln, Neb.
Hot Soda in Sharon. ()im:n
Xll Nioiit.
Merctiants Dlpljig Hall
A. HANDBAKER, Propriotor.
Best Meal in the City for 10 Cents.
Co nth and P Sts., Lincoln.
Students' trade solicited,
LUDWIG'S
Are Agents'for
thcM. C.Lilly
Co.'h Unikoum, at fioni ?ii 00 to
15.00, including cap.
1036 O Street.
EAT AT THE
Palace Dining Hall
1130 N STREET.
Tho largest and best equipod houao In the
uifcy. x uruiauuu iuuuio u uuuuuuuuu.
000PER & HART, Propriotora.
FRANCIS BROS.
Capital Gafe,
121 North 11th. - Phone f 1050.
Caterers for Lunches and Banquets.
Open all night. Meals 15 cents
and upwards.
THE FAMOUS CADET UNI
FORM Made by The Henderson
Ames Co., Kalamazoo, Michigan,
can be secured of
JAMES HEARN,
237 South nth Street.
See cloth samples and let him take
your measure.
GIRARD CYCLE CO
Agents ior
RAGYGLES
Headquarters for DISK TALKING
MACHINES AND KECORDS
1406 O SlRKKl-. - PllONK B908.
First-class Repairing a Specialty.
ARE YOU
GOING TO
California ?
If you have decided to go,
see the Burlington agent
first before deciding on
your Route. The Bur
lington have Through
Tourist Sleepers . . .
Lincoln to Los Angeles
EVERY SATURDAY
All Cars Personally Conducted
Burlington Depot, 7th Street, be
tween P and Q. Phone 42.
City Ticket Office, Ooraer 10th
and O Streets. Phone 41.
Official Bulletin.
Thin column Is devoted mainly to
notices of tho university. All depart
ments nnd student organizations hav
ing notices to publish should leave,
them either at tho executive office, at
the office of tho paper, or hand them to
anyone connected with the paper. All
announcements should he in by 6 p. m.
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-f NUlRlli
ClasB nnd other university organiza
tions desiring nnouncements posted
upon the bulletin bonrds must present
copy for tho same at this office not
later than 9 am . No announcements
of any kind are permitted upon the bul
letin hoards unless countersigned at
this offl(e.
THE REGISTRAR.
JUNIORS ATTENTION.
Football men report on the field for
practice every day at chapel time.
AMERICAN HISTORY 19a.
Seminar 19a In American history will
meet Tuesday evening, November 1, In
stead of October 28.
NOTICE.
Any Btudent knowing of any case
of illness in tho university should ro
port the same at the registrar's office.
SOMBRERO BOARD.
The Sombrero board will meet at 10
o'clock on Tuesday in U. 209. Be
prepared to roport.
R. A. M'NOWN.
NOTICE.
Tho College Settlement needs several
copes of "Five Hundred Dollars and
Other Stories." Students are asked to
donate used copies. Leave with li
brarian. C. E. PREVEY.
SOMBRERO NOTICE.
The editor and business manager of
the Sombrero may be found at 10
o'clock each morning in the Sombrero
oHlce, Uni hall 105. The assistant edi
tor may bo found each day at 2 o'clock
in the same place.
NOTICE TO SENIORS.
I have a list of the Seniors in the in
dustrial college, and wish to consult
eery member as boon as possible.
Bring your ciedit books any week day
to the dean's office, room 101, Universi
ty hull, between 11:30 and 12 o'clock.
CHARLES E. BESSEY.
Dean.
Tho exchanges of the Nebraskan are
left in the Y. M. C. A. rooms, where
all who aro Interested In college news
throughtout tho United States can find
them.
Mr. Sheldon, chairman of tho pro
gram committee for tho Historical So
ciety, which holds its annual meeting
next January, is busily engaged in ar
ranging tho program for the session.
Last year tho general topic was about
"Early Railroads in Nebraska." This
year the papers will relate for' tho most
part to the "Old Steamboat Traffic on
the Mississippi." Correspondence with
several old twln-rlver captains is being
carried on, and It is likely that the
committee will be able to Induce some
of thorn to come and relate some of
their old experiences.
A now book bearing the title of "A
First Book of Forestry, ' has been sent
to Professor Bessey for review. It Is by
one of the professors of forestry in
Cornell University, Professor FHlbert
Roth, a gentleman who has had much
experience In government work.
HK1
U-ffUiH.I
Sold
only
By PERKINS
1129 O
OLIVER THEATRE
Tuesday, Oct. 28
THE T E IV F EST
Magnificent Scenic and Electrical Effects, Exquisite Costumes, Chorus
and Ballet. Melodious Incidental Music.
Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00 and Si. 50. Seats now on sale.
Noti. The scene of the great storm upon which the plot of the
play is based occurs as the curtain rises, when it is requested that the
audience be seated.
PALMERSTRY
is a great science. It has
certainly done much for
OUR CORN HUSKERS
By the way, if you want to look
Husky, have your clothes
made by
BUMSTEAD
HE MAKES CLOTHES THAT f IT
1141 0 Street.
DOMESTIC
HAND LAUNDRY
1312 E - Phone 274
Shirts, 4c. Collars. 1 l-2c.
Cuffs, 3.
Nothlug Cheap but price. Work
Called for and delivered.
Agency at The Co-Op.
J. WILSON, Proprietor,
The best on earth
is the Hanan shoe;
The wormanship ap
peals to you ;
Tits like a glove,
make glag the feet,
And gives the foot
appearance neat.
& SHELDON,
STREET.
Extraordinary Event! Joint
Appearance of
LOUIS JAMES and
EREDERICK WARDE
In Wagenhals & Kemper's Gor
geous Spectaculay Production of
PYROORAPEIY
We make numerous things
suitable for Room Decora
tions, such as ...
Calendars, Pipk-Raoks, Stkin
Racks, TobauUo Jars, To
bacco Pouches,
And numerous other things.
There is nothing like our Hand
Colored Posters in the city,
"U. of N. " Postal Cards,
Tablets and En
velopes. The Lincoln Book Store
1126 0 STREET-
Jhc Improved
BOSTON
tR-
GARTER
The Standard
for Gentlemen
ALWAYS EASY
The Name "BOSTON
GARTER" is stamped
I on every loop. 1
The aA.'JifX
CUSHION
BUTTON I
.CLASP,
Lies flat to the leg never'
bllpj, tears nor Unfastens.!
BOLD EVERYWHERE
BtrapU pair, Bilk Wo. a
. Milled on receipt of Driee.
QEO. FB0ST 00.,Utktn
- "
' wn,ui1n,A.
wevery Pair Warranted-
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