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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 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.
4eeth filled without pain
DR. A.B. AYRES,
A liberal discount to students.
141 So. 121 11 St., - Lincoln, Ni.h.
BOWLING ALLEY 4
ALLEYS. Standard and Regula
tion in every particular. 12 10 0
H. 0. 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, Oarda. Albums, Developors, Etc.,
LINCOLN PHOTO SUPPLY 00.,
115 South 11th Street,
Pioneer Barber Shop
Clean Linen, 1 inest of Toilets,
First Class Service.
A. L. KEMMERRER, Propr.
' 113 So. nth St., Lincoln, Neb.
STEVENS & NEVILLES
New Location Is at
1330 O Street.
Pool and Billiards in connection.
Yule Bros. Laundry
15H O Street Tel. 754.
Originators of the idea of sending
home work satisfactory
Columbia National Bank
O" Lincoln, Nkbraska.
Om ickrs: John B.Wright, Presi
dent; J. H. Westcott, Vice-President;
Joe Samuels, 2d Vice-President;
P. L. Hall, Cashier; W. B.
Ryons, Assistant Cashier.
E., E. & M. V. R'Y.
Best Line to
1024 O St. - 1024 O St.
E. R. Butler, R. W. McGinnib,
C. T. A. Gen'lAgt.
Local and Personal
Oliver Theater Phirmacy.
Saturday "2" o'clock.
Lmlwlg, the Unl. tailor.
Eat at the Newport today.
The 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 the Famous.
Buy your Corsets at the Famous.
Buy your Millinery at tho Famous.
Gloves Cleaned at the Famous
Cameron's lunch counter, 118 So.
Roy Guile of Moberly, Mo., is visit
ing at the university.
Dr. II. J. Lehnhoff, '97, Fraternity
building, Thirteenth and M.
Fiegcnbaum's pharmacy, northwest
( orncr Thirteenth and O streets.
There are now fourteen college
dailies published in the United States.
Messrs. Iliummii and King, of West
Point, visited at the Delta Tau house
Tlw Eleventh Hour club met with
I. am a Buchanan and Bess Brown Sat
Professor Fogg, who has had a se
vere attack of the grippe, met his
K. K. Krikorian, who lias been ab
sent from the city several months, was
on the campus yesterday.
Eddie Gordon, the famous university
pitcher, is on the Pacific coast. He
played with Seattle last season.
According to last Sunday's Record
Herald, the chances are good for Ne
braksa's admission to the "Big Nine."
Earl Ragan, a student at the univer
sity in '98, and a graduate from Tarkio
University, is practicing osteopathy
'at Joplin, Mo.
C. H. Iarson, '02, of the civil en
gineering department is visiilng at the
university. He is doing concrete in
specting in Iowa.
The holders of season tickets for the
Cornell football games are given seats
one day before the general sale for
each game begins.
The Freshman girls of Kappa Kappa
Gamma entertained the older mem
bers Friday evening with an old-fashioned
Hallowe'en party at the home of
Thursday Eve'n, Nov. 6.
The Greatest Comic Opera Since Pinatore. and a f henominally
Strong Cast, including:
ADOLPH LINK, CARLOTTA GILMAN.
HENRY LEONE, DAISY STANLIN,
MELVILLE COLLINS, EDNA BRONSON,
GEORGE HEAD, MARIE CHRISTIE,
And 80 Others. Seats Now on Sale.
Miss Eva McCune, '00, came down
from Beatrice Saturday to see the foot
C. P. Craft has been doing some cam
paign work in eastern Nebraska the
past week. He returned to Lincoln
George Lee returned to Lincoln yes
terday from the eastern part of the
state, where he has been campaigning
for the past week.
Harry Tukey. '00, of Omaha, came
down to Lincoln Friday evening, and
acted as one of the time-keepers for
the Nebraska-Haskell game.
L. C. Campbell and O. S. Orton and
Mr. Bliss, '02, of the civil engineering
department, are working in a block
signal station near Philadelphia.
The time of the Y. M. C. A. meetings
have been changed from 4 p. m. to 3 p.
m., and close promptly at .'LfiO p. m.
Dr. Wharton will speak again next Sun
day. Norton Ware, Leon Pepperberg, Ray
Cadwell and Mr. Ball, civil engineer
students, have returned from Ames, la.,
where they were making sugar beet
At Beloit Inter-fraternity rules have
been adopted, under which "rushing"
is prohibited the first week of school.
The sororities of Illinois have adopted
Dr. Joins has lx en busy the past
week reading proof manuscript 1 011
trihuttd by him to the International
Encyclopedia, which is now being kiiii
piled and printed.
William II. Toy, publisher and pro
prietor of "Fair Play," Lincoln's week
ly labor journal, and who has charge
of the forms of the "Daily Nebraskan."
is a candidate for assessor in the Third
ward. Make it unanimous.
The Latin club, organized last year
by Miss Dean, held its first meeting
Thursday night. After a talk by Miss
Dean, new members were elected, and
the programs were arranged for the
remaining meetings of tho yar.
The Historical society has just re
ceived from Plattsmoutb the Searle
collection of Philippine curiosities.
This is one of the most valuable collec
tions In the state, and the society con
siders itself fortunate In securing it.
Mr. G. H. Graham, principal of the
schools at Papilllon, Neb., has recent
ly presented to the Latin department,
plaster reproductions of two old
Latin Inscriptions, now kept at
Cornell University. The stones from
which they were made were brought
from Italy several yearB ago, by Pro
fessor Hale when he was at Cornell.
The copies were made by Mr. Graham
last summer while studying at that
The Society Event of the
In De Koven & Smith's
Greatest Comic Opera Success,
F. R. Beers is visiting at tils homo
Coran T. Sage left for Beatrice yes
terday morning, after a short visit at
Russell Harris. Newton Buckley and
Frnrst Allen nre among the Phi Pals
who went home to vote.
Mrs. H. J. Sterling of Omaha visited
with her daughter In the university tho
latter part of last week.
Miss Helen Edwards of Kansas City
visited the university Saturday and at
tended the Haskell game.
Mrs. Perse A. Morse, formerly Miss
Lenora Dahl, Is continuing work in
Germanics in the University of Chi
cago. Misses Fannie Cole and Louise
Tukey left for home Monday, after a
few days' stay at the Delta Gamma
C. II. Larson, '02, came in from Iowa
Saturday to see the game and visit
friends. He Is employed on the Great
"Kim" Barnes, Lle Mllllkan, .Julius
Johnson, Norrls Huse and Montgomery
B. Case are Delta Tans who went homo
for the coming election.
Students taking gymnastic work who
have not ordered their uniforms should
do so at once as eeryone will be re
quired to appear In unifoim soon. No
one will be allowed on the floor who
is otnerwise dnssrd. About thirty
have already oidered. Mayor Brothers
will secure the suits at wholesale priced
plus the freight
Phone 707. - - 1 146 () Street.
For Comfort and Economy, You
can do no better than to consult
T. J. Thorp & Co. for a Thurmo
stat on your Furnace or Steam
Heater in your residence. It keeps
the house at an even temperature
and saves the coal. J. T. Thorp
& Co., 30M So. nth street.
C. H, FREY
1133 O STREET
STUDENTS, Get your clothes
pressed at the WEBER SUITO
RIUM. 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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