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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1903)
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Western Glass & Paint Go.
f 2th & M. Sts., Lincoln, Neb.
T1ire l no wntcli, rlork or itrllole of
JewHry that we rnnnot repair. I'rompt
orvlro. ' A. Tnikor, lh t'p-to-tlie
Minnie .lowHer. IIIIU O HI. tf
Mr. O. L. Brown, of Tecumsch. Neb.,
vlnltod IiIh son. Mr. J Brown, on Friday.
Mr. Roy Norton, of Central City, vis
ited University acquaintances yesterday.
J. R. McCnrl, of the '03 law (.lass.
wasVvlsltlng University friends last
Lincoln Tank Line
Successors to C. H. Man
Gasoline, Kerosene, Lubricating Oil
125 No. 12th Street. Telephone 473
CIG AR STORE
Up-to-Dnto Sodu Fountain
lie North lltt-i Street.
T. J. THORP & COMPANY
All Kinds ol R'pjilrinjf
308 So. 11th Strcit.
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vSIIpj. Tears nor Unfastens.
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Mailed oo icctlpt of pries. '
'Every pair Warranted'
Miss Mary Brookings, sister of Alice
Brookings, '03, hns entered the Uni
versity. Arundel Hull. '03. of Fremont. Is In
the city visiting with his brother Del
Dean Bessey, who Is now in Russia.
Is expected to return to the city about
Miss Elsie Fawell has gone to Chi
cago, where she will continue her stu
dies In music.
H. O. Mouck. who had his ankle
sprained on the football Held Is now
out on crutches
P J. Reader, '03 law Is visiting his
parents In the city. Mr Reader Is prac
ticing law at Omaha.
Charles Root. '99. who Is a practic
ing physician at Ulysses, was a visitor
on the campus yesterday
Chancellor Andrews delivered an ad
dress before the teachers' association
at ScottHhluff last Friday
Hugh Cook, one of Nebraska's old-
time champions on the gridiron, visited
his Kappa Hlgma brethren lat wtek
F F. Whiteomb, substitute catcher
of lat year's baseball team, was vis
iting old friends on the campus Frl
dnj Miss Bertha Shldhr. who has been
the guest of Miss FIbIc Fawell for the
past week, has returned to her home at
Mlt-s Fsmer Mixter. who has been
spending the summer vacation In Ore
gon, has resumed her studies at the
Mlhs Cora O'Connell. who Is teach
ing In the Fremont High Schools, vis
ited her sister. Miss Ethel O'Connell,
Elmer Turner. '03. now a prominent
Y. M C. A. worker of Omaha, visited
at the University during the latter port
of last week
Professor Caldwell s clash In cunent
events Is open to anyone, whelhui cred
it Is desired or not The class meets
on Thursday at 5 o'clock
The second year class In domestic
science began laboratory work Friday
They expect to be able to serve their
friends In about two weeks
A postal card, dated S.ept. 1st. re
ceived Saturday from Win. McUeachln,
who Is on hlB way to the Philippines,
states that he has arrived at Hono
lulu. On account of lack of room some ot
the domestic science pupils have been
forced to occupy he laboratory of the
engineering students a part of the
Dr Jones Is' conducting n class In
German history In connection with the
special toucher's course In Oermuu.
Most ot the history used for reference
w ill lu In German
Notwithstanding the fuel that the
law course has been lengthened tq
three years, these are more than seven
ty persons registered In the 11 ret year
class, as many as have formeily been
Mr W H. Davidson, of Springfield,
Neb., visited with his sons, John and
James. Saturday und Sunday. Mr. Dav
idson was a student ut the. University
when the registration numbered only
about- ine hundred studeuts.
The Co-Operaiive Book Company.
A. YL Knutson, D. B. Gilbert, C M. Rolfson, G. E. Hendricks.
The Student's Book Store,
Owned and operated by Students.
UNIVERSITY BOOKS and SUPPLIES
Every student should have a pennant in his room. For the
Football Games, too, they are 'the right thing" We have
Pennants of all the Fraternities and make 60 different styles and
University pennants. Prices lb cents to $3.00.
CANES AND MEGAPHONES
You need a cane and megaphone for the games You can't
root properly without them. We have megaphones with
leather handle and canes in great variety at low prices.
UNI SOUVENIR POSTAL CARDS.
Souvenir postal cards arc all the "rage" in the East. We are
up with the times and have in stock a set of two souvenir postal
cards with views of all the buildings. They are just the thing
to send your friends. Set of two, size according to U. S. postal
requirments, fine half tone work, 5 cents.
Your pen perhaps is not working just right. A slight adjust
ment may remedy this. Bring it in. we shall be glad to do
this free of cost. We also repair any make of pen at lowest
prices. The best makes of pens in stock at all times.
EVERYBODY GOES TO THE CO-OP.
Miss Mabel Whipple, who has been
teaching In Beatrice the post year, has
lesumed her work at the University
The lunch room at the high school
In chnrgc ot the Women's. Club of the
city Is a decided success All intei
cBted are Invited to go and visit It
Mr Golden '03. was wen on the
enmpus Friday. He Is thinking of re
entering the Unheislty He spent the
summer In the east and reports seeing
B. S. Hull at West Point. Mr. Hall was
cadet major of the battalion last year
State Historical Socieiy Notes
A.c l.fc loglst E. E Blackmnn has
lhlit pages of report of hK last two
yc.r. s' explorations printed in the an
nual -eport Qf he state u.t;i u uliui il
society. The report Is Illustrated with
numerous half-tones and forms the
definite beglning of literature- on the
archeology of Nebraska
A little eight page foldei Just ihs.ic d
b' the society contains six picture of
objects or historical Intel est In Nebras
ka, ranging from a fur-simile pugo of
the first copy of a Nobrasku newspui-cr
to a log cabin built on the first lalin
located In the state The folder Is In
tended as u souvenii to promote Inter
est in Its work
Plans ore being made for a lilting
celebration of the one hundredth an
niversary of the landing of Lewis and
Clark on Nebrasku soil during the
coming jeur and the tlist tieaty with
Neb''iska Indians by representuth'M of
the United States The place for ilie
celebration will be J't Calhoun ciKli
teen Miles noith of Omaha
The historical society made ith third
and largest exhibit at the Nebraska
slate fair this month, consisting of eai
ly domestic and form implements, eui
l Nebraska documents, leiiitorlnl
newspapcis and bank curicmy. Indian
flint and bead work. Philippine cuilos,
phhtographs. geologic h1 specimens and
nillitur relics The exhibit was
plnnned bv Cuiutor Burrett, locate 1 in
Horticultural hull, und was the cen
ter of attraction for throngs ot j.eople
throimhoi't the entire fair wctu
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