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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1902)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
F, W. FALES
Cordial invitation to all.
Meals 15c and up. - 1333 O St.
Ganoung Pharmacy Co.
1400 O Street, Lincoln, Neb.
Hot Soda in Season. Open
Are Agents for
Co.'h Uniform, at from $11.00 to
$15.00, including cap.
1()3( O Street.
EAT AT THE
Palace Dining Hall
1130 N STREET.
Tho largest and best equipped houao in the
city. Furnished roomB in connection.
COOPER & HART, Proprietors.
12! North 11th. - Phone f 1050.
Caterers for Lunches and Banquets.
Open all night. Meals 15 cents
THE FAMOUS CADET UNIFORM--Made
by The Henderson
Ames Co , Kalamazoo, Michigan,
can he secured of
237 South nth Street.
See cloth samples and let him take
GIRARD CYCLE CO
Headquarters for DISK TALKING
MACHINES AND RECORDS
1406 0 SlRM'.l. - PlIONF. B(jo8.
First-class Repairing a Specialty.
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
All Cars Personally Conducted
Burlington Depot, 7th Street, be
tween P and Q. Phone 42.
City Ticket Office, Corner 10th
and O Streets, Phone 41.
ThlB column Is devoted mainly to
notices of the university. All depart
ments and student organizations hav
ing notices to publish should leavo
them cither at tho executive oflloe, at
the ofllco of tho paper, or hand them to
anyone connected with the paper. All
announcements should be In by G p. m.
Any student conditioned In a subject
tho first Hpmpster of last year (1901
1!)02) must register for the name this
semester or It becomes a failure and
Is so entered on the student's record.
Any student who falls in required
work this semester must take the work
In class the first time It Is taught after
this semester. H. (I. SHKOI).
JUNIOR PROM. COM MITT KM
The .Junior Prom, committee meets
this morning at 10 o'clock in V. 210.
M F. DAVIS. Chairman.
HAVWARD REPURI.ICAN CI.UH.
The Hayward Republican club meets
nt 2 p. in. In U. 20fi today.
Football mass meeting at con voca
Sophomores meet this morning
10 o'clock at U. 2(H).
The Sombrero board desires that all
Juniors have their pictures taken be
fore the IHth of November
All football men report on the field
at :? p. in today for the Academy game,
also at chapel time for signal practice.
Cadets may clean their gnus
day after It p. in. at the aimory.
parade will occur until further
JUNIOR PROM. COMMITTEE.
Junior Prom, committee will meet
Thursday at 10 a. m. in I'. 20G.
E. F. DAVIS.
Sophomore meetingThursday at 10 a.
in. in U. 20(5. Important business .
F. A. SWEELEY.
I shall not be able to meet my c lasses
on Wednesday or Thursday.
M. M. FOC.C,.
The College Settlement needs several
copes of "Five Hundred Dollars and
Other Stories." Students are asked to
donate used copies. Leave with li
brarian. C. 13. PREVEY.
Y. M. C, A. NOTICE.
The association will be called to
gether in a buBlncss session after the
regular Thursday evening prayer meet
ing in the association rooms. Every
member of tho association should be
present. The first meeting will be held
at 7 o'clock, tho business meeting im
J. D. HINGEU, Pies.
FOR SALE A cadet blouse and cap,
for a medium-sized man. They are in
good condition. Enquire at the "Daily"
Added to Rich Man's Wealth.
The father of Ian Malcolm, M. P.,
.vho has just married Miss Jeanne
I angtry, recently succeeded to tho
valuable Scotch estates of Poitaloch
on the death of Lord Malcolm.
Cultivation of the Oichld.
An authority on tho orchid says an
amateur cultivator often falls, not so
much through want of attention, but
through overattentlon and a disregard
of nature and her laws.
Bflttlnl n niipulfl.
At a recent meeting of tho Entomo
logical society In London tho president,
O. H. Verrall, told nn amusing story
to prove that a knowlcdgo of Insects
may even be useful In settling ques
tions In literary history. Commenta
tors on tho works of Robert Louis Ste
venson were trying in vain to discover
whether the notes made by him In a
certain book were written before or
after he took up his residence In Sa
moa. It happened that a fly had been
squeezed between the pnges and when
Mr. Varrall saw It he Instantly recog
nized n8 It belongs to a species pe
culiar to the Polynesian Islands. That
settled the question
UNLIKE ENOLISH STYLE.
An ICnRllxIimaa Com in nut on n imoroai
Advertising In TliU Country.
Said an Englishman at the Rates
House, Indianapolis: "This Is my fifth
visit to tho United States. I am be
ginning, aa you say over licit?, to
'catch on.' to the snirit of Amorlenn
humor. It Is of a broader character
than wo are accustomed to In England.
You have a way of exaggerating in
cidents, trivial In themselves, that wo
English cannot understand It crops
out everywhere. In my count ly the ad
vertising Is dignified and common
place. Over here much of It is of tho
rnciest humor. Some time ago, In a
Western city, I saw a large picturo
painted In bright colors on a billboard.
It represented a bald-headed man to
whom an Indian in war paint was of
fering a scalp of long, flowing hair. It
advertised a hair restorer. Tho other
day, walking clown South Meridian
street with an acquaintance, I saw a
lithograph In a window advertising
some kind of a cigarette. Tho plctura
represented a gigantic cowboy, cigar
ette In mouth, who had grabbed a cig
arette dude and, lifting him high abovo
the ground, was helping himself to a
light. In Chicago a few days ago, I
saw a sign that read, 'FearlesB Butter
Company. Nothing but oleomargarlno
was sold in tho place, and the humor
of tho sign struck mo mightily. Wo
have none of thnt kind of advertising
In England." Indianapolis News.
Settlers' One -Way
Fery day during the months of
September and October, mo2.
FROM LINCOLN, NEB.,
$20.00 to Ogden and Salt Lake
$20.00 to Butte, Anconda, and
$22.50 to Spokane and Wenatchee,
$25. qo to Everett, Eairhaven, and
New Whatcom, via Hunt
ington and Spokane.
$25.00 to Portland, Tacoma and
$25.00 to Ashland, Roseburg, Eu
gene, Albany and Salem, via
$25. 00 to San Francisco, Los Ange
les and many other Cali
Full information cheerfully fur
nished, on application to
E. B. SLOSSON, Agent.
The Only Up -to-Date
Billiard and Pool Parlor
in Town. No Saloon At
tached. Tables Newly
Covered. Powell's, 146
N. 11th. Phone L664-.
PALACE BEAUTIFUL Hair
dressing, Manicuring, Massage,
Shampooing and Ladies' Bath and
Chiropody departments. We have
an experienced attendant. A full
line of hair goods, toilet articles,
character wigs, greese paints, etc.
Students' patronage solicited. 121
North 13th Street.
Patent Writing Ring
The most important improve
ment of the age in the art of pen
manship makes the poorest writer
a splendid penman in a few weeks
by the use of this ring. Endorsed
by prominent College Presidents
and Boards of Education in Eur
ope and America. Sample dozen
assorted sizes sent post paid for
$1.00, single sampb 25c. When
ordering a single ring, state whether
for man, woman, or child.
PENN MEG SUPPLY CO.
1 19 S. Fourth Street, Philadelphia.
F0S THE BEST WORK IN THE 0ITY
" TlIK Bll.l.lsl SlNSAIION EVIKN-VHI-
Colapsable Pocket Stereoscope
The smallest Stereoscope with the
strongest optical effect. Highly
finished indifferent colors with rich
gold and silver decorations (mount
ings). Including 20 V. F. Photo
graphs. Views of art (genre).
PRICE ONLY i. 00. Sent every
where prepaid in letter form.
LILIPUT STEREOSCOPE CO.
1312 E - PJione 274
Shirts, 4c. Collars. 1 l-2c.
Nothlug Cheap but price. Work
Called for and delivered.
Agency at The Co-Op.
J. WILSON, Proprietor.
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