The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 17, 1902, Page 3, Image 3
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN. with the money thus obtained a cash business is carried ont at the store. This saves the exorbitant rates of in terest charged by the storekeeper. The Chancellor is of the opinion that the good work will continue and that in this line we may expect some advancement. BOWLING ALLEY 4 ALLEYS. Standard and Regula tion in every particular. 1210 O street. H. C. THOMAS, Proprietor. DR. J. R. HAGGARD. Physi- cian and Surgeon. Special atten tion paid to diseases of lemales and rectal diseases. Rooms 212 to 214 Richards block. Residence 1310 G street. Office telephone 535. Residence telephone L 984. Yon SHOULD buy your Kodaks, Platoa Films, Cards. AlbumB, Dovolopors, Etc., of tho LINCOLN PHOTO SUPPLY 00., 115 South 11th Stroot, Lincoln, Nob. Pioneer Barber Shop Clean Linen, Finest of Toilets, First Class Service. A. L. KEMMERRER, Propr. 1 13 So. nth St., Lincoln, Neb. Anything Electrical-The NEBRASKA ELECTRICAL CO, 312 So. 12th Street, Phone 417. Repairing Done Day or Night. Yule Bros. Laundry ft J5J4 O Street Tel. 754. Originators of tho lloa of sending home work sutlsl'acvory Columbia National Bank Of Lincoln, Nebraska. Capital, $100,000.00. Officers: John B.Wright, Presi dent; J. H. Westcott, Vice-President; Joe Samuels, 2d Vice-President; P. L. Hall, Cashier; W. B. Ryons, Assistant Cashier. SPECIAL ONE-WAY HOMESEEKERS EXCURSIONS VIA UNION PACIEIC. November 4 and 18 December 2 and 16 To Many Points in KANSAS, NEBRASKA AND Eastern colorado One-Half Oiie Regular Fare Plus $2.00, . Full information cheerfully fur -nished, on application to E. B. SLOSSON, Agent. This shoe HBW Local and Personal Oliver Theater Pharmacy. Saturday "2" o'clock. Ludwlg, the Uni. tailor. Pay up your subscription. Eat at tho Newport today. Eat at the Good Health Cafe. Gloves Cleaned at tho Famous. Buy your Gloves at tho Famous. Tho Ivy Press prints to please. Restaurant Unique, 1228 O street. Burr Barber shop, 120 North 12th. Eat at Don Cameron'B, 118 So. 11th. Eat at Hendry's, 129 North Eleventh. Don't wait to have tho circulator see you. The Palace barber shop desires shavers. Cameron's lunch counter, 118 So. 11th. Call Forbes' carriages, 1125 P street. 'Phone 550. Don't wait to be invited to subscribe or pay up. Have the Ivy Press Co print It. 125 No. 12th street. Call on the circulator about your subscription. If you can't And the circulator, come to tho ofllce. Dr. H. J. Lehnhoff, '97, Fraternity building, Thirteenth and M. Fiegenbaum's pharmacy, northwest corner Thirteenth and O streets. University girls aro Invited to the Y. W. C. A. dining room, 316 South 12th street. Dr. Clapp met his class in track ath letics for the first time last Wednesday. The prospects are good for a winning track team this year. Captain' Newton of the second eleven has returned, and will resume his work In tho university. He waa recently called hlme on account of the death of a brother. Special Sale OF Drawing Instruments We are closing out two makes oi insfuments and have cut the price on all sets 20 PER CENT. If you haven't a set now, get one at once. THE CO-OP. is a water-proof calf. Viscolized cork-sole shoe. Solid as iron. ONLY $3.50 llinFRSON'S '2v--c 2I3 0 CL7JFFT. -J Somo of the members of the claBB In the forge shop havo completed over half of thiB semester'B work. A number of new sheds are being built at the state farm. They aro for stock Judging work for the school of agriculture. Mr. Pierce, one of Professor Bruner's asBistants, Is doing stippling work on tree-hoppers. Ho has about twenty new BpeclmenB. Tho members of the Kansas fra ternities who came to Lincoln last Saturday are enthusiastic in their pralso of Nebraska frats. Tho class of 1901 of tho Lincoln high school met last Friday evening In room 201 of the high school. A general good time was had In the old way. A large Bwan was received from Ne braska City and Mr. Carrikor of the or nithological department Is at work mounting It for the museum. The new gymnasium building of the Wesleyan University Is almost com pleted. It Is to be equipped with the most modern athletic apparatus. Professor Bruner Ib at present very busy completing his work upon the "Short-horn Grasshopper," for "The Blologa Centralla Americana," which is being published In London. Rev. Hugh Walker, a graduate of the class of 1897, pastor of tho Greenwich Presbyterian church of New Jersey, was married yesterday to Miss Jessie Hall of Ridgebury, N. J., where he was recently pastor. V. L. Strickland, a Sopohmore of last year, visited the university last week and took In tho football game. Ho Is teaching sciences and mathematics In tho Geneva high school. William Chapman, at one time a stu dent In the university, came down from Richfield Friday night to visit friends and see the Knox game. He brought with him some very fine fossils, found In Sarpy county, which he donated to tho state museum. Tho zoological department has re cently purchased a large number of topographical maps of tho United States geological survey. These are to bo mounted and used In connection with the study of distribution of ani mals In this state. V-? W' Am. rYflP.t I Special Sale Of Business Suits and Over coats. 20 PER CENT DIS COUNT Now is your chance to get a good suit. BUMSTEAD HE MAKES CLOTHES THAT FIT 1141 0 Street. English JJterature "The Ring and the Book," Browning cloth 5fJ "French Revolution," Carlyle cloth 5Qf Shakespeare's Works, complete 3fJt FOUNTAIN PENS The "U. of N." Fountain Pen, $1.00 The best pen for the price in the market. "U. OF N. " TABLETS Letter size 20 Packet size 15g "U. of N." envelopes, pack, 120 TJie Lincoln Book Store 1126 0 STREET. Teeth filled without pain DR. A. B. AYRES, DENTIST A liberal discounl to students. 141 So. 12111 St., - Lincoln, Nkh. Ross Electric Co. Electric Supplies, Window Lighting, Dynamos and Motors, Electric Signs, Gas, Electric and Combination Fixtures. 122 N. 14'rn St. - Tkl. 374. DOMESTIC JWND LAUNDRY 1312 E - PJiojie 274 Shirts, 4c. Collars. I l-2c. Cuffs, 3. Nothlug Cheap but price. Work Called for and delivered. Agency at The Co-Op. &Jtl : "t" 2i ..-tiMI s: J. WILSON, proprietor.