Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1903)
G b e 3BD a 1 1 p Ylebraeftan
Every Loyal University Student
Is Urged to Patronize these
Nebraskan Advertisers, and
to Mention the Paper
While Doing So.
HANKS Columbia. First National.
HAUDKIl SHOP Klclora, I'nlaro, II. &
C, Shannon, Marshall & Richards.
H ATI IS Chris IMaco.
HICYCLHS, ATIIIJCTIC (100DS Sam
Hall. SldloH, ('.Irani.
HOOKS & STATIONERY Porter, Co
Op, Ilrown, University Book Store.
ClOARS Powell. UndHoy, Clarey.
CLOTHING Unland, Magee & Dcemer,
U. L. lsalno, Armstrong, Toggery.
COAly Gregory, Dlerkfl, WhltobrcaBt,
P. D. Smith.
CONFECTIONERY laming, Maxwell,
Lincoln Candy Kitchen.
DAIRY Franklin, laming.
DRUGO-IST Stolnor, Woempnor, Rec
tor, Ilrwi), Rlggfl, Wright.
DRY GOODS .Mlllor & Paine.
DANCING IIAMi Fratornlty.
EXPRESS Lincoln IxjcoI, Lincoln
FLORISTS Chapln Bros.
FURNITURE Ituugo & Guonzol, A. M.
HARDWARE Hall Bros.
HOTELS LIndell, Walton.
NIGHT SCHOOL Modern Commer
cial. NOVELTIES Thorpe.
OIL & GASOLINE Lincoln Tank Line.
PAINT & GLASS Western Glass &
Paint Co., Kostka.
POOL & HI LI ARDS Powell, Slovens
PRINTING, Grillln Greer, Now Cen
tury, Ivy Press, Review Press.
RESTAURANTS Westerfleld, Unique,
Don Cameron, Good Health, Eagle.
SHOES Perkins & Sheldon, Sander--Bon,
Anderson, Cincinnati Shoe,
SHOE REPAIRING Blue Front Shop.
Cincinnati Shoe Store.
SUITORIUM Webor, Burt's.
TAILORS Unland, Bumstead, Lud
SECURED OR FEE RETURNED.
Krl inndel or Hketch for Free oiilnlon
ns tA iuiieitiil)llltv Bond (or our (.uliht
nook iiul " Wlmt lo Invrnt." Hnnt nil
ficutluiyi IkmimiI (or l'ri llHtrllutlon. l'ntentH
secured tlirniiKli iih mlwrtlwtl without clmnje In
The Patau t Ucgort'. Huiniilc Vovy Free.
EVANS, WILKENS A. CO.,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
f ILLUSTRATORS l
IO ENGRAVERS Q
lfy) plantin tfie west (JOi
John Hens of Heat rice, was a cam
pus visitor yesterday.
A now piano has been installed In
the Episcopal club house.
The- Conservatory of Music will give
a recital Saturday afternoon.
Minnie Morrell of Palmyra, Is visit
ing old University friends.
L. L. Harter, '03. IcTt Tuesday morn
li.g for Washington, D. C.
Daniel Boors, of Syracuse, visited his
brother, Frank, '05, Tuesday.
John Kocs, a old University student,
visited tho campus yesterday.
Iiverna Barnum spent Saturday and
Sunday at her home in Union, Neb.
Mabel Hoerger, an old University
student, was in tho city Wednesday.
Edith Iithrop, '03, is in attendance
at the state principal's convention.
The Phi Delta Thetas wil give thefr
first party Thursday evening at Walsh
W. J. Smith's father, of Syracuse,
was visiting at the Sigma Chi house
The Colorado football men will be
entertained at the Band Informal
Judge Barnes, republican candidate
for supreme judge, visited the law
Mr. Charles Mathewson Is quite ill
from a complication growing out of
an ulcerated tooth.
The Palladian Literary society will
give a Jack Frost program Friday
evening, October 23.
Miss Laura Whaley, '04. went to hei
home in Osceola, Tuesday evening, on
account of ill health.
The Phi Gams Initiated Charles Mil
ler and Anton Lott, both of South
Omaha Tuesday night.
Tho band will accompany the foot
ball team on the Kansas trip in enso
an excursion is arranged for.
A card has been received from Dr.
Bessey from Pittslield, Mass. He ex
pects to be hero In about a week.
O. A. Lemon, law '03, who Is prac
ticing law In David City, Is spending
a few days with University friends.
Frank Royce has been forced to
leave school on account of ill health.
Ho left for San Antonio, Texas, Mon
Manager Buckner was in Omaha yes
terday, conferring with Manager Span
gler of Iowa, in regard to playing tho
Nebraska-Iowa game at Omaha.
Charls Craft will give a special re
port In the course in economic prob
lems tomorrow on "Railroad Discrim
inations as the Mother of Trusts."
The meeting of tho Liederkranz
chorus has been changed from 10 a. in.
Friday to chapel time Monday. Mrs.
Raymond will conduct the chorus.
The reception given by the dental
students to tho public last Friday even
ing was well attended. Dancing was
the chief feature of the cyitertain
ment. Jesso McNlsh, law '03, will bo mar
ried this evening to Miss Clara Ham
mond, an old student of the Univer
sity. Quite a number of friends from
out of town will attend the wedding.
W. F. Lambert, law '03, Is visiting
his Phi Delta brothors. Ho will bo
present at the marriage of his law
partner, Jesso McNlsh. also law, '03,
,vhlch will take place- this evening.
Sam's Care Tho only place In tho
city to get the famous Little Gem hot
! waffles. Special servlco for ladles..
The University of Chicago
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).
UtgT'Thc courses in Medicine are given in connection with the work of
Rush Medical College.
The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
Anyono nomllng n akolrh nnd description mny
quickly ascertain our opinion froo whether an
Invention In probntily jmtouUiblo. Coinmunlcn
ilnnnRtrlctlrroiiUileiitlnl. HANDBOOK on I'ntcnta
eont frmi. Olilcnt iiuoncy for nocurliiR patontn.
l'ntents taken throuuh Munn & Co. receive
tptcial notice, without cliargo. In tho
A hnndnomely Illustrated weekly. T.nrpewt cir
culation of any ncluntlUo Journal. Term. $3 a
year: four months, l. Bold by all nowcdonlom.
MUNN &Co.36iB'ad. New York
Branch Office. 025 K 8 U Waahlnutoc '). C.
The Weber Suitorium
Is the up-to date place
where you can get your
Clothing Cleaned and Pressed
Phone 708 Northeast Cor. Uth & O Sts.
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
Floe Chocolates and Bon Bons of our own
manufacture. Cheapest in the city.
CONFECTIONERY FOR PARTIES
1:$:J7 O Street.
The Nome BOSTON I
GARTER " is stamped
fJJjgon every loop.
Lies flat to the. letf never
sKSllps, Tears nor Unfastens.
biuplo pir, Mlk tK. ,
Colli) 1 1 Be.
Mailed on rferlpt ot pilce. '
! OEO. PR08T CO., Mak.ri
' bojiozi, Uui., U.O.A.
"Every Pair Warranted-m
fcaASASASJLSJiaJlQ JL& fiXPJLQ AJ9JLQ
o? 1 o
? L r 9 I-"" W W o
To the Pacific
Tickets on Sale Daily to November
30, 1903. Call and gel lull
G. W. B0NNELL
G. P. & T. A.
This BiRTinturo ia on every box of tho gontilna
Laxative BromoQiiinine Tabiota
tho romody that cnnN n colli In one day
THE ONLY UP-TO-DATH
Milliard and Pool Parlor
IN rr-W7W t -A' TT
NO SALOON ATTACHED
Tables Nrwly Covered "-
Powell's, 146 North 11th St.
Phon L 664.
for acceptable Idi
State If patent
THE PATENT RECm
RnlUmnm Mrl "
u..i ... .. JT" "- " . -I
uuisuriyhon pnro or uo 1'atknt HEOOIU
Der aim ura. BuinolcB firoe.
. jkk i-sussEsrr.
Powered by Open ONI