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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1903)
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cvery Loyal University Student
Is Urged to Patronize these
Nebraskan Advertisers, and
to Mention the Paper
While Doing So.
There nro now about 85 students In
the Senior law clans.
The class In geology 1 begnn labor
atory work yesterday.
HANKS Columbia. First National.
HAKHHIl SHOPS Oreen, Shannon.
HATHS Chris1 Place.
BICYCLES, ATHLETIC GOODS Sld-
HOOKS & STATIONERY Porter, Co-
Op. Brown, University nook Store.
CKJAR8 Powell. LlndBoy.
CLOTHING Unland. Magce & Deemer,
U. j. Palno. Armstrong.
COAL Gregory, Dlcrks, Whitcbreast,
P. I). Smith.
CON FECTIONERY laming. Maxwell,
Lincoln Candy Kitchen.
HAIRY Franklin, homing.
DRUGGIST 8teiner. Woempner. Rec
tor, Brown, Riggs.
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine.
DANCING HA LI, Fraternity.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local. Lincoln
FLORISTS Chapln Bros.
FURNITURE Rudge &. Gucnzel, A. M.
HARDWARE Hall jBron.
HOTELS Llndoll. Walton.
OIL & GASOLINE Lincoln Tank Line.
PAINT & GLASS -Wehtern Glass &
Paint Co.. KoBtkn.
POOL & BILLIARDS Powell.
PRINTING. Grinin Greer, New Cen
tury. Ivy PreBB, Review.
RESTAURANTS WeBterfield. Unique,
SHOES Perkins & Sheldon, Sander
SHOE REPAIRING Blue Front Shop.
8UITORIUM Weber, BurtB.
TAILORS Unland, Bumstead.
G. Cattle spent Saturday and Sunday
at his home in Seward.
Charlfs E. Cotton of Syracuse, has
been pledged by Sigma Chi.
Ed HageroUeW Is now an assistant
In the chemistry store room.
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Will Shock, '03, of Falls City. Is the
guest of his Sigma Alph brothers.
The examinations In physical cul
ture will be finished Friday.
E. (. Woodruff has been engaged In
studying the clay deposits around Lin
coln. The chemical laboratory hours have
all been arranged and students are
hard at work.
The new class In foreBt entomology
will study Insects In relation to the't
homes and enemies.
The shelves in the law library are
nearly all up and a ciowded condition
is already apparent.
E. E. Steffen. '07. hns left the Uni
versity indefinitely on account of the
death of his brother.
Nine have registered for work in
assaying this semester. Laboratory
work will begin next week
Lincoln High School meets their old
foes, the Des Moines High School at
the F. & M. park Saturday
English . which recites at ! o'clock
did not meet Monday morning, owing
to the absence of Prof. Frye
Mr. Kimball, of the College of Music,
returned from Chicago yesterday,
where he spout the past week.
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: THE P. D. SMITH COAL CO.
2 Carry all the best grades of domestic coals, among:
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i which you will hnd the Kex lump at $6.5U, the rvem-
merer, Wyoming, lump at $8, and the best Maitland
you ever saw at $7.25. All kinds of Steam Coal, the
S best money can buy.
I OHice 1140 0 SL Phone 329. Yards 6 and N St. Phone 376
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Miss Abble Stuart. '07. of Blair. Neb.,
la at St. Elizabeth's hospital on account
of a severo attack of typhoid fever.
Miss Floronco Hirst, '06, has boon
unable to attend her claBOB this woek
on account of an attack of la grippe.
Professor Condra has moved Into his
new office, which has been boI off from
the muHoum by a temporary partition.
The University of Chicago
Medicine I Theology
Law and I Education
Each has a special Circular of Information which will be sent on application.
Each will be in session during the Summer Quarter (June 17 September 3).
KB'" The courses in Medicine arc given in connection with the work of
Rush Medical College.
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The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
if ILLUSTRATORS l
Wj ENGRAVERS tfTW
iJc) pJuUin the west" (?jX
Anyone Ending a tkelcta and deecrlptton may
I'alcuU Ukon troob Munn 4 tX). recetrc
tpecUl nolle, without chance, in the
qnlcklr ascertain our opinion trtx whether an
laveiitlon U probably patentable, Communloa
tkomatrtctjy bonodetltfal. HAMOBOW ou I'atenU
einireu. uiuoii Koiicy iwHwnniwuiui.
I'aleuU Uaen through Munn w. recely
ptcUl nolle, without Chant, In the
caution of any edenUflo journal. Term, as a
yaar I lour roontba, $L Sold by all newedealera.
llUNN Co8' Hbw York
Brand Office, V BL, Washltxton. IX C.
Chancellor Andrews and Mr DiiIch
were In Omaha Monday. lookiiiK after
muttei'h pertnlnlnK to the new hulld-
I'rofehhor Condra hnH heunn his Iml
letln of his hummer field work can led
on In northern nehrahka and South Da
kota Prof Hrunner reiorth that theio 1h
an Increase of btudentH In hl depurl
ment, especially In the advanced
Miss Helen WaiiKh of IMattsinouth Is
visiting University friends. Hhe lame
to Lincoln to attend the wedding of
The full heating power or the boiler
house plant Is not yet In use. Two
boilers are used for a little while, In
the morning, and then shut off entirely.
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Rev. Frederick D. Graves of Ord is
visiting at the Episcopal club house,
being the guest of Itev. B J. Kit. Hoth
belong to the Theta IHdta Chi frater
nity John Wilson was seen on the cam
piiB yesterduy op crutohes. He Is grad
ually recovering from the Injuries he
received" while pluylng football.
Gfl more Booth, of Hastings, 1b
pledged to Phi Delta Theta.
1211 () Street. Phone F 671.
The European history department
will be Interested in noting the recent
historical additions to the library. The
set added takes In all the important
periods of European history and le
written by standard historians. It is
called, "Periods of European History."
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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Plate Glass, Window Glass, Leaded Art
Glass, Framed and Unframed Mirrors
We Hesilver mirrors
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