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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1902)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
WILLIAM H. TOY,
Publisher of "Fair Play, " official
organ of the Lincoln Central
Labor Union, candidate for
ASSESSOR THIRD WARD.
Election, Tuesday, Nov. 4.
Teeth filled without pain
DR. A. B. AYRES,
A liberal discounl to students.
141 So. 12 1 11 Si., - Lincoi , Ni 11.
ROWLING ALLEY 4
ALLEYS. Standard and Regula
tion in every particular. 1210O
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
(I street. Office telephone 535.
Residence telephone L 984.
You 8H0ULD buy your Kodaks, Plates
Films, Garde. Albums, Developers, Etc,
LINCOLN PHOTO SUPPLY 00.,
115 South 11th Street,
Pioneer Barber Shop
(lean Linen, 1'iiK'St of Toilets,
Fust Class Seiice.
A. L. KEMMEKKKK, Piopr.
113 So. 1 1 th St., Lincoln, Neb.
STEVENS & NEVILLES
New Location is at
1330 O Street.
Pool and Billiards in connection.
Yule Bros. Laundry
J5J4 O Stree. Tel. 754.
Originators of tho Idea of Hondlnjj
borne work satlsfucvory
Columbia National Bank
Ol LlM OI N, Nl liKASKA.
Oi 1 h 1 ks: John B. Wright, Presi
dent; J. H. Westcott, Vicc-Presi
dent; Joe Samuels, 2d Vice-President;
P. L. Hall, Cashier; W. B.
Kyons, Assistant Cashier.
E., E. & M. V. R'Y.
Best Line to
1024 O St. - 1024 O St.
E. R. Butler, R. W. McGinnis,
C. T. A. Gen'l Agt.
Local and Personal
Oliver Theater Pharmacy.
Saturday "2" o'clock.
Fat at the Newport today.
The Ivy PreBs prints to please.
Restaurant Unique. 1228 O street.
Burr Barber shop. 120 North 12th.
Eat at Don Cameron's, 118 So. 11th.
Buy your Gloves at the Famous.
Buy your Corsets at tho Famous.
Buy your Millinery at tho Famous.
Gloves Cleaned at tho Famous
Cameron's lunch counter, 118 So.
The Y. M. C. A. handbook will be
Robert ftwait. law '01, in running a
bank at Kiele, Okla.
Sample Campbell, '02, is a factory ex
pert at Titusville. Pa.
C. A. Reynolds has resigned his posi
tion on the Junior annual board.
Professor Fossler is getting out a
school edition of Hans Arnold's "April
Our line of stationery just in. The
new effct ts in holiday lines. Harry
Poller. 1LT) South Twelfth.
AHhs lli.ssle Butler is teaching in the
litcialuie and English departments of
the hinh H( hool at Red Oak. la.
Mis. V I. Wilson, of Kansas City,
has been isiling with her sister, Miss
I am a Wlinley, during the past week.
A steampipe in the greenhouse broke
l.'st night and a quantity of water es
caped. It was repaired this morning.
A monthly paper called "Agrii ul
tuio" is being published at the state
farm by the Association of Agrlcul
Bruce Benedict. '01, leturned fiom
Aurora. 111., yesterday, haing com
pleted bis work for the B. & M. 1 ail
road at that point.
Most of the reserved seat:? for the
Haskell game have been sold. From
all indications the crowd Saturday sill
be a record-breaker.
Dr. B. V. Hill, a former fellow in the
phjsli.s department, has accepted a po
sition as professor of phvsics in Cai le
ton College, Minnesota.
The time of the Y. M. C. A. meet
ings Sunday afternoon has been
changed from 4 o'clock to 3. This
change was made for the benefit of
those who have heretofore found it
inconvenient to attend on account of
the lateness of the hour of dismissal.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Monday, Nov. 3rd
Special Scenery, Strong Cast, including
MISS DOROTHY SHERROD.
Prices, $1.50, Si. 00, 75c, 50c, 25c.
Denning seml-anthraclto Clean, hot
and lasting. Tho thing for heating
stove. Only $8 at Gregory, 1044 0 St.
The Y. M. C. A. will hold a ping
pong tournament Friday evening,
which will he open to freshmen only.
All freshmen arc Invited.
The Historical society haa posted in
its rooms the pictures of the officers
and the groups of many of the mem
bers of the First Nebraska.
Arthur Webb, '02. Is Just recovering
from a severe attack of typhoid fever
at his home in Osieola. He has lately
been engaged In Journalism in Chi
cago. Professor Ross is preparing a series
of papers on the subject of "Recent
Tendencies In Sociology," for publica
tion In the Harvard Quarterly .Journal
A great many more students than
usual are taking up the study of chem
istry, mineralogy and various subjects
in the department of geology, prepara
tory to mining engineering.
Herbert Reagan, '98, is general su
perintendent of the Westlnghouse
electrical system at Philadelphia. He
lins been in the employ of this com
pany since liis graduation.
A prominent eastern botanist ha
sent Professor Bessey the manuscript
of a treatise which he is preparing for
publication on the subjei t of certain
parasitic fungi. It is sent for criticism
Lew Ewart, law '00, has severed his
ounce tion with the National Rank of
Guthrie, Okhi.. and has accepted a posi
tion with the J S. Ewait Grain com
pany of this city.
Professor hobengier will continue
ills work in the university as
scheduled. He does not know as yet
whether he will remain and hold both
positions or not. Profet.sor l.obengier
was recently appointed I'nlted States
G. H. Walker, a former assistant Ip
the chemistry ed.iart merit, has accept
ed a position as assayist at Brcckcn
ridge, Colo. He left yesterday for a
few days' visit at his home in Pawnee
( Ity before leaving for his new field
The number of persons taking lunch
in the domestic science department is
constantly increasing. It is well for
those who can do so to come between
1I:."0 and 12:20, for after that the
room is very crowded.
The W. H. Thompson c'ub of the
university met in the law room Tues
day evening to decide what part the
club would take in the fusion meeting
to be held In the auditorium Friday
night. Committees were appointed to
make definite arrangements and will
report at a later meeting of the club.
A Particularly Interesting
MR. TIM MURPHY
Presenting His Greatest
Sale of Seats Friday, 9 a. m.
Professor Bessey Is preparing a re
view of Part I of the International
Catalogue of Sciontlflc Mteraturo, Is
Biied a few months ago by the Inter
national Council of the Royal Society
of London. This part is dovoted ex
clusively to botany.
Owing to recent purchases, our
library In sociology Is excelled by none
west of Chicago. A large number of
foreign books Is being received and
the contents exploited for the benefit
of the classes in sociology. A collec
tion of considerable size has been made
for the use of the seminar In Colonlea
Mr. Clinton brought to the depart
ment of geology a fine specimen of a
lithographic stone from Wyoming. The
character of this Ib unusual and no
such rock has over been submitted to
the department before. It is now be
ing analyzed by Mr. Hlltner. These
stones, being quite valuable, are sold
by tho pound. If It can be removed
in quantities It will be quite a find for
High school teachers and principals
continue to ask for Information In re
gard to microscopes for work In bot
any. It Bhould bo known that good
microscopes may lie bought for but
little moro than one-half tho usual
prices when they are to bo Used In the
high schools. Professor Bessey Is glad
to give the necessary Information to
enable the Bchools to take advantage
of thlB fact.
A recent visitor to New York was
Mr. Henry Ittolson of St. Louis. Mr.
Ittelson studied for tho ministry, but
abandoned that profession to Join Mr.
Olasser In organizing tho stock brok
erage firm of Glasser &, Co., of St.
One evening recently, accompanied
by Mrs. Ittelson, ho visited relations
of his wife present in tho homo of
Mr. Jacob Freund, the linen importer
of Franklin street. When tho good
nights woro being exchanged Mr.
Kreund's son remarked to his father
as ho grasped the hand of Mr. Ittel
"And just to think, father, Mr. Ittol
son was Intended for tho ministry and
now he is a stock broker."
"Yes. Still dealing in futures," re
marked tllC host. Now York TUod
STUDENTS, Get your clothes
pressed at the WEBER SUITO
K1UM. It is the up-to-date place
where you can get your clothing
cleaned, pressed, dyed, repaireel
anel refitted. Basement Richards
block, northeast corner nth-and ()
streets. Phone 708.
The First National Bank
of Lincoln, Nebraska. Capital,
$200,000; surplus, Sioo,ooo; pro
fits, $18,319; deposits, $2,589,093.
b. H. Burnham, prest; A. J. Saw
yer, vice-prest; H. S. Freeman,
cashier; H. B. Evans, asst. cash. ;
Frank Parks, asst. cash. United
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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