The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 30, 1903, Page 4, Image 4
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DAllHBIt SHOP Eldora, Palaco, R. & C., Shannon, Marshall & Richards. BATHS Chris' Place. BICYCLES, ATHLETIC GOODS Sam ilall, Sidles, Glmrd. BOOKS & STATIONERY Porter, Co Op, Brown, University Book Store. Sam Hall. OARI'ENTER Wilson. CIGARS Powell, Llndsey, Claroy. CLOTHING Unland, Mageo & Deemer, B. L. Palno, Armstrong, Toggery. COAL Gregory, Dlerks, Whitobreast, P. D. Smith. CONFECTIONERY Lemlng, Maxwell, Lincoln Candy KItchon. DAIRY Franklin, Lemlng. DRUGGIST S to I nor, Woempner, Rec tor, Brown, Rlggs, Wright. DRY GOODS Mlllor & Paine. DANCING HALL Fraternity. EXPRESS Lincoln Local, Lincoln Tranafor. PLJORISTS Chapln Bros. FURNITURE Rudgo & Guenzol, A. M. Davis, Hardy. GROCERS Keystone. HARDWARE Hall Bros. HOTELS Lindoll, Walton. JEWELERS Tucker. 4 , LIVERIES Molick. : LUMBER DiorkB. NIGHT SCHOOL Modern Commer cial. NOVELTIES Thorpo. OIL & GASOLINE Lincoln Tank Line. PAINT & GLASS Western Glass & Paint Co., Kostka. PLUMBING Korsmeyer. POOL & BILIARDS Powell, Stevens & Neville. PRINTING, Grlflln Greer, New Cen tury, Ivy Press, Review Press. RESTAURANTS Westerfleld, Unique, Don Cameron, Good Health, Eagle. SHOES PcrkinB & Sheldon, Sander non, Anderson, Cincinnati Shoe, SHOE REPAIRING Blue Front Shop. Cincinnati Shoo Store. SUITORIUM Weber, Burt's. TAILORS Unland, Bmnstead, Lud-vrig. The Union Literary society will give A Hallowo'on party In Union hnll Fri day night. Roy Hazen left last night for his homo In Avoca, In., wnere he will maKo a short visit. SThe Improved J jlp&SJii Ur It Swi, V J? HKK?yKXE.V!mani TritTTMriTVJ ymm4&& Wm uiM The Standard . for Gentlemen t ALWAYS EASY ) The Name " BOSTON GARTER" Is stamped "?3flon every loop. The ? a Ar CUSMION BUTTON I CLASP, Uzi ffet to the leg never .Slips, Tears nor Unfastens. OOLD EVCrtYWHERE. Einiple tir, Silk AOo. . Cutluu Uc IXaIIcJ oh recti j. of price. ' QBO. TO03T 00., JJUXin iioiion, mil., U.S.A. "pVERY PAIR WARRANTEDWa Miss Arnold will give a Hallowe'en party at her home, 24th and N streets, Saturday night. Bulletins from the game at Iowa City will ho announced at tho Athletic Car nival tomorrow. Tho Dellan Literary society will not moot Friday night, but will give a Hallowo'on party. Miss Lucy Clark has been called to her homo In Tecumseh by the serious Illness of two of her sisters. E. M. Vvllklnson, an cx-'OG man of Wcoplng Water, Neb., was on the cam pus yesterday greeting old friends. The second team leaves at 11 a. m. tomorrow for Grand Island, where they will meet tho colloge team of that place. Chas. Cotton returned Tuesday from Syracuse, where ho spent a few days with his parents recuperating after tho game. College songs will ho sung in chapel this morning, and it will da-all the students good to attend and show their patriotism. Miss Lou Young. a student at the Conservatory of Music, was called to her home at Stanton; Neb., yesterday by the Illness of her mother. Miss Beatrice Walling wont to her home in Cozad for a Bhort visit with her sister Edith, '03, who is engaged in teaching in the public schools of tnat place. NOTABLE ARTICLES September 19 Captain Rafforty and his Yalo Football Squad. September 26 Dowitt, Princeton's Versatile Football Horo. October 3 What is the matter with Pennsylvania. October 10 Captain Marshall's Vicissitudes at Harvard, October 17 Football at tho Universities of Chicago and Michigan. October 24 T'10 University of Wisconsin on tho Gridiron. Illustrated by tho bost Football Photographers in tho World RALPH D. PAINE and FRANK BUTTERWORTH, both noted Foot ball authorities, writo on tho game exclusively for The Illustrated Sporting News An energetic and relUblo subscription representative is wanted at tho UnivorBity of Nebraska. Address for particnlarc, The Illustrated Sporting News, 7 w 22nd st N Y IT o K O X o ' o V o K o ar o . .' o Jf o o t; o K o fc o fc- o V o o K o X o X o X o X r DAKER.DpX5. LNGKAVINGCO. I If ILLUSTRATORS Wl ENGRAVERS iM Oj-n) pJantin thewest" (?H THE ONLY UP-TO-DATE Milliard and Pool Parlor IN TOWN NO SALOON ATTACHED Tble Nrwljr Corerd Powell's, 146 North llth St. Phon L 664. LINDSEY'S CIGAR STORE Up-to-Dato Soda Fountain and Magazines. 1IQ North llth Street. Tho cross country runs begin Sat urday at 2 p. in. sharp. This Is'a new feature in Athletic life In tho Univer sity and1 should provo very popular. All may enter who wish. R. E. Dumont journed to Omaha Tuesday with Clark Powell Percy Agnew, a brother of Miss Sal lie Agnew, is very low with pneumonia at l'lattsmouth. But Blight hopes are held out for his recovery. His mother and sl&ters left for his bedside the fore-1 part of the week. Hotel Walton J5J5 0 Street, Phone 566. 100 rooms best low-pricod houso in city. RATES $ 1 Per Dny and Up There is no watch, clock or article of jewelry we cannot fix C. A. TUCKER The Up-tc-the-Mlnute Jeweler PROMPT SERVICE. 1123 O Street 8WA HBMM 'Tnr Thia oifniaturo in on every box of tho jonuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets tho romotly that cnra n coltl lu 0110 day SECURED OR FEE RETURNED. Snc1 noriPl or sketch for Frro opinion ns to dkiTii tnbllltv. Send for our (initio Dook nnl Wlint to Invent." Flnetit put llcntloim Ihhuc1 for Fro dlatrlbutton. I'ntcnta neciin'd tliniiiKli in niUortltoil without churgeln Tho I'ii tent Itucorr. bmnplo lopy itco. AddrfoB EVANS, WILKENS & CO., WASHINGTON. D. C. r Miss Florenco Huntington will en tertain tho following students this evening at a house party at her home In Liberty: Florence Hirst, Patricia Naughton, Edith Gourlay, Agnes Herbert. Miss Palln, newspapor clerk for the Historical society, was thrown from n. buggy 'Wednesday evening on 27th street. Her Injuries are so serious that sho will bo unable to attend to ho work for a fow davs In consequence Professor Bessey has been giving his attention tho present. wee.i to straight ening out his correspondence, and pro viding for the many Items of delayed business which had accumulated dur ing his absence. The University of Chicago Professional Schools Union Shining Parlor, 1018 O St. Chairs for ladies and gentlemen. Shave, 10c; nock shave, free. Eldora Btfrber Bhop, 111 South 10th SU Lemlng's, Ico cream and candy; llth and L Sts. Who's your laundryman? Toln tho Laundry club. 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)! EgTThe courses in Medicine are given in connection with the work of Rush Medical College. -v I The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 1 Ur A 1 T '. t.'i f ,. i&sJs&j,;;-, -- T. , e- .'. ti , -a - ' ( ' 'W " .. .( .-'.1 .., ... .!:LsW kfi '4Vt. ;:- v V" :!W N.