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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1902)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
Teeth filled without pain
DR. A. B. AYRES,
A liberal discov.il to students.
141 So. 1 2 in Sr., - Lincoln, Nkh.
ALL STAMP AND COIN
M Collectors are invited to call and
examine our stock of coins and
stamps in sets, packages and single
LINCOLN STMP & COIN CO.
I 131 O Sl'RKKT.
BOWLING ALLEY 4
ALLEYS. Standard and Regula
tion in every particular. 1210 O
H. C. THOMAS,
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
G street. Office telephone 535.
Residence telephone L 984.
You SHOULD buy your Kodaks, Plates
Films, Cards. Albums, DoYolopors, Etc,
LINCOLN PHOTO SUPPLY CO.,
115 South 11th Street,
Pioneer Barber Shop
Clean Linen, Finest of Toilets, Flrst
A- L. KEMNERRER, Proprietor.
113 So. 11th St, Lincoln, Neb.
STEVENS & NEVILLE'S
New Location Is at
1330 O Street.
Pool and Billiards in connection.
Yule Bros. Laundry
J5J4 O Stree. Tel. 754.
Originators of the Idea of Bonding
home work satisfactory
Columbia National Bank
Ov Lincoln, Nkijraska.
Okiickrs: John B Wright, Presi
dent; J. H. Westcott, Vice-President;
Joe Samuels, 2d Vice-President;
P. L. Hall, Cashier; W. B.
Ryons, Assistant Cashier.
f., t & M. V- R'Y.
Best Ltne to
1024 O St. . . 1024 O St.
E. R. Botlbb, R. W, MoGinnis,
.0. T. A. Gen'lAgt.
BROWNS NEW BOOK LIST:
DONOVAN PASIIA, by Gilbert Parker $1.20
THE VIRGINIAN, by Owen Wistcr .'. 1.20
THOSE BLACK DIAMOND MEN, by W. F.
MRS. WIGGS OF THE CABBAGE PATCH,
by Alice Hegan .90
THE FORTUNES OF OLIVER HORN, by J.
Hopkinson Smith 1.20
DEBORAH, by James Ludlow ,.20
H. W. BROWN DRUG'S BOOK CO.
PN0NE 68. - 127 SO. ELEVENTH STREET.
Local and Personal
Oliver Theater Pharmacy.
Saturday "2" o'clock.
Ent at the Newport today.
The Ivy Press prints to please.
Restaurant Unique, 1228 O street.
Gregory, the Coal Man.
Burr Barber shop, 120 North 12th.
Eat at Don Cameron's, 118 So. 11th.
Buy your Gloves at tho Famous.
Buy your Corsets at tho FamouB.
Buy your Millinery at tho Famous.
Gloves Cleaned at the Famous.
Norrls Huse spent Sunday at home.
Cameron's lunch counter, 118 So.
Sterling McCaw visited in Omaha
Have the Ivy Press Co. print it, 125
No. 12th street.
Roy Hazen visited at his home in
Iowa over Sunday.
C. J. Warner, '00, was on the campus
M. M. Graham, '01, is teaching in the
South Omaha high school.
John Hershey, '05, now at Omaha,
spent Sunday in this city.
Miss Hazel Hartsough visited at her
home In Minden over Sunday.
Miss Ruth Bryan will entertain in
formally next Friday evening.
Dr. H. J. Lehnhoff, '97, Fraternity
building, Thirteenth and M.
Rob't Thompson went to Omaha Fri
day to visit a few days at home.
A Tidy Shop for Tasty People The
New Century, Printers, 1123 N street.
Denning semi-anthracite Clean, hot
and lasting. , Tho thing for heating
stove. Only $8 at Gregory, 1044 O St.
Prof. Fogg, who has been confined
to his Iioubo since last Wednesday with
an attack of tho grip, Is not yet able
to meet his classes. It Is expected that
ho will be at the university by Thurs
day. OLIVER THEATRE
Tonight, Oct. 28
Magnificent Scenic and Electrical Effects, Exquisite Costumes, Chorus
and Ballet. Melodious Incidental Music.
. Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00 and gr.50. Seats now on sale. '
Note 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 fee seated.
W. S. Paine, a former student, is
farming In the western part of the
Nothing Ib too good for you at The
New Century, 1123 N street. We print
The engineering society will meet
not Wednesday night for the purpose
of electing officers.
Professor Robblns has returned to
the city and Is conducting his class In
R. C. Pollard has returned to re
sume his studies, after a continued ab
sence of two weeks.
Sam Anderson has been filling a va
cancy In a pulpit at Germantown for
the past two months.
Misses Edith Robbiim and Laura
Woodford visited Miss Jane Douglas
at St. Joseph last week.
Professor Barbour has donated to the
university greenhouse a nu miter of
1 annas from his own collection.
Mrs. T. F. A. Williams of the Amer
ican history seminar, Is president of
the history department of the Woman's
J. C. Stevens of the civil engineering
department has been doing hydro
graphical work in Iowa for the past
Professor Starr says he makes more
enemies by choosing the best voices
than by any other means he can now
Laura Woodford and Edith Robblns
wre Theta representatives at the Ne-braksa-MIssourl
game at St. Joseph
The Y. M. C. A. is endeavoring to
Increase its membership. The work is
bringing good results, for new men are
joining every day.
Luclan Marsh, '01, Is attending the
Y. M. C. A. international training
school at Springfield, Mass. He was
president of tho association hero dur
ing his senior year.
There is In the greennouse a cactus,
ordinarily of an earthy grayish-red
color which changes to a very bright
red when water is poured on It. It was
presented by Mr. Yoder, a student, and
brought from tho Arizona desert. It is
a rare curiosity.
Extraordinary Event 1 Joint
LOUIS JAMES and
In Wagenhals & Kemper's Gor.
geous Spectaculay Production of
Eight new arc lights hnvc been re
ceived by the electrical engineering department.
Our line of stationery just In. Tho
new effects In holiday Hoes. Harry
Porter, 12f South Twelfth.
Miss Edith Locke Will entertain a
party of Omaha people who are coming
down to the game Saturday.
Mi. E.' Johnson, having accepted tho
prlncioalRhip of a school, has loft tho
university for (he rest of tho year.
Sigma Chi held Initiation Saturday
night and Initiated Charles Nelson of
Oaklnnd and Oeorge De Iacey of Lin
coln. Mr. E. E. Blackmail has returned
from Plattsmouth, where he went last
week In the Interests of the Historical
The Freshmen girls of Kappa Gam
ma will give a Hallowe'en party for
the upper class girls at the chapter
house Friday night.
Harry Oury, one of Nebraska's old
time football players, and at one tlmo
a manager of the team, Is now visiting
the university. He Is now a lieutenant
In the regular army.
E. L. Thomas and Norton Ware have
been engaged In making a topographi
cal survey of a tract of land north of
town for Prof. Barbour.
The last number of "Forestry and
Irrigation," a Journal devoted to for
estry, speaks approvingly In regard to
the course of study In forestry estab
lished by the university.
A recent letter from Jerry Rebmann,
'98, now In the forest school at Yale,
Indicates that he is hard at work try
ing to master the details 'of those sub
jects connected with forestry with
which he is not yet familiar. Ho is
much gratified that the- University of
Nebraska has established a course of
study in forestry.
Coquclin Aids Brother Actora.
M. Coquciin, tho elder, is one of the
aw actors on tho Paris stage who has
iade a fortune. Through his efforts a
omo of retreat for veterans of tho
'"Vouch Etngo is being establlsaed. A
ino property has been bought near
caux, in the department of Selne-et-
Tarr.e, a few hours from Paris. Horo
1 largo I10U30 will be erected, giving
carters to sixty old comedians.
Electric Shoe Repairing
" 1220 O Street '
Get those shoes soled for 75c,
Ladies' shoes soled for 50c.
First-class sewed work. We
sell good shoes also.
Cincinnati Shoe Store
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