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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1902)
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 i'H St., - Lincoln, Nkii.
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
Pilms, Oardfl. Albums, Developors, Etc.,
LINCOLN PHOTO BUPPLT 00.,
115 South 11th Street,
Pioneer Barber Shop
Clean Linen, finest of Toilets,
First Class Service.
A. L. KEMMERRER, Propr.
113 So. nth St., Lincoln, Neb.
STEVENS & NEVILLES
New Location is at
1330 O Street.
P00l and Billiards in connection.
Yule Bros. Laundry
J5J4 O Strec. TeL 754.
J Originators of the Idea of sending
. home work satlsfacvory
Columbia National Bank
Ok Lincoln, Nkiiraska.
OmcERs: 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 ., E. & M. V. R'Y.
Id Best Line to
1024 O St. - 1024 O St.
E. R. Butler, R. W. MoGinnis,
O. T. A. Gen'l Agt.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Tonight, Nov. 3rd
Special Scenery, Strong Cast, including
MISS DOROTHY SHERROD.
Prices, S1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c.
Local and Personal
Oliver Theater Pharmacy.
Saturday "2" o'clock.
Eat at the Newport today.
Tho Ivy, Press 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 tho Famous.
Buy your Corsets at the Famous.
Buy your Millinery at tho Famous.
Gloves Cleaned at the FamouB.
Cameron's lunch counter, 118 So.
Dr. H. J. LehnhofT, '97, Fraternity
building, Thirteenth and M.
John Voss, '02, is superintendent of
tho schools at Creston, Neb.
George Shedd has been helping coach
the football team the last two evenings.
Patronize the Fitzgerald dry goods
company for your football ribbon see
their add on page 4.
Dr. F. L. Wharton spoke at the Y. M.
C. A. meeting Sunday. His subject was
"The Hidden Life."
H. G. Shedd delivered a lecture
"Old and Now Rome," last Wednesday
evening at Ashland.
There will be no classes in the col
lege of law today and tomorrow In
order that tho men may go homo to
Beta Theta Pi held Initiation Thurs
day night and Initiated Messrs. G. L.
TInkham, Falrbury; C. L. Hutchlns,
Chicago; G. E. Carpenter, Omaha; Wil
liam Mudra, Ralph Slayton, Salisbury,
of Incoln; Hansen from Rocca, and B.
H. Taylor, from Union.
Every day is a busy day for us. We
"get busy" and "keep busy" for
there is always something doing at
A Particularly Interesting
MR. TIM MURPHY
Presenting His Greatest
Sale of Seats Friday, 9 a. m.
All cadets who have uniforms will
appear In them tonight.
Mr, Cornell's new ox-hydrogen light
Is proving very satisfactory to Profes
sor Barbour's classes In geology. It
makes the vIcwb strong and clear.
Tho Latin club met last Thursday
evening with Miss Alma Vandovere,
225 South Eighteenth. An interesting
program and social chat furnished the
usual good time.
J. B. Dempster of the engineering
department, has a position with the
Iowa Electric company at Des Moines.
Frank Ryan, end of Nebraska' foot
ball team of '01, Is working for the
Flint Brick company at Des Moines.
Prof. J. S. Sheldon entertained tho
faculty and students of the Romance
department Friday evening at his homo
2304 Washington street. The decora
tions were both fitting and tasteful and
the evening was spent pleasantly In
music and conversation. Tho kind hos
pitality of the host and hostess made
everyone feel at home and added zest
to the pleasure of the evening.
Misses Elsie Gerlcke and Anna Max
well gave a delightful Hallowe'en party
Friday evening to a number of univer
sity students at tho homo of Prof.
Johnson. Tho decorations wero suita
ble to tho occasion. The games, with
their unique and original features, af
forded great amusemont to all tho
guests. A four course dinner was
served during tho evening.
Miss Ruth Bryan entertained the Del
ta Gammas and their friends at a Hal
lowe'en party Friday night. The par
ty assembled at tho Delta Gamma
house and from there drove to Miss
Bryan'B In hayracks. The loft of tho
barn was canvassed for dancing and a
large phonograph furnished tho music.
Tho lower floor of tho barn was dec
orated with Jack-o'-lanterns and other
typical Hallowe'en decorations, Wein
erwurst and elder were served In one
corner, which was fixed up for a Ger
man corner, while sandwiches and cof
fee were served in another. A very en
joyable evening was passed. There
were about fifty present.
Hon W. IT. Thompson ppoUo Friday
night In tho auditorium unJ?r tho aus
pices of tho University Democratic
Sophs Beat Freshmen.
Tho Sophomore football team defeat
ed tho Freshman elevon Friday by a
score of 11 to 0. Fifteen minute halves
were played. Quite a crowd of under
classmen wero out to cheer their
teams. Neither sldo scored In tho sec
The Sophomores outclassed their op
ponents and pushed them down tho
field or skirted tholr ends repeatedly.
Tho ball was In Freshman territory al
most all of tho tlmo.
Tho 8ophomores had things tholr
own way tho flrBt half, but tho Fresh
les took a brace In the second. A fum
ble at a critical tlmo cost tho Fresh
men a touch down. Tho game ended
with the ball on their 2 yard line.
Johnson was U10 best ground gainer
for tho Freshmen and Gould and Bong
did good work for tho Sophomores.
As tho Seniors are not playing foot
ball this year, the Junlor-Sophomoro
game will decldo tho '02 championship.
ThlB game will be pulled off at somo
tlmo In the near future and bids fair
to bo a closo and Interesting contest.
The state farm was the sceno of tho
annual Hallowe'en party of tho Palla
dian society last Friday evening. Somo
forty Palladians took part In tho even
ing's festivities. The society went In
Tho car was taken to Twenty-seventh
and Holdrege street, from where tho
crowd walked to the farm. Here they
found a brightly lighted building
awaiting them, and they immediately
took charge of a large laboratory which
had been cleared for the occasion.
During the evening a guide showed
tho visitors about the premises. Old
and new games furnished the amuse
ment, and apples, doughnuts and sweet
cider helped to make tho ovenlng en
joyable. Tho work committee In charge can
not bo too highly commended. The
members of the committee wero Flor
ence Payne, SuBan Barnhart, Pearly
Youngers, Newell Elliott and Leon C.
Started the dress-suit habit when
he and Eve began "going out."
A dress suit is a necessity now,
You need one that is absolutely
correct in style.
My tailors are artists in dress
HE MAKES CLOTHES THAT FIT
1141 0 Street,
STUDENTS, Get your clothes
pressed at the WEBER SUITO
RITJM. It is the up-to-date place
where you can get your clothing
cleaned, pressed, dyed, repaired
and refitted. Basement Richards
block, northeast corner nth and O
streets. Phone 708.
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