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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1903)
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Cbe Balls TPUbraeftan
Every Loyal University Student
Is Urged to Patronize these
Nebraskan Advertisers, and
to Mention the Paper
While Doing So.
BANKS Columbia, First National.
BARBER SHOP Eldora, Palace, R. &
C Shannon, Marshall & Richards.
BATHS Chris Place.
BICYCLES, ATHLETIC GOODS Sam
Hall, Sidles, Girard.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Porter, Co
Qp, Brown, University Book Store.
CIGARS Powell, Lindsey, Clarey.
CLOTHING Unland, Magee & Deemer,
B. L. Paine, Armstrong, Toggery.
COAI Gregory, Dlerks, Whitebreast,
P. D. Smith.
CONFECTIONERY Leming, Maxwell,
Lincoln Candy Kitchen.
DAIRY Franklin, Leming.
DRUGGIST Steiner, Woempner, Rec
tor, Briwn, Riggs, Wright.
DRY GOODS Miller & Poine.
DANCING HALL Fraternity.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local, Lincoln
TLORISTS Chapin Bros.
FURNITURE Rudge & Guenzel, A. M.
FARD WARE 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 & BILIARDS Powell, Stevens
PRINTING, Griffln Gieer, New Cen
tury, Ivy Press, ReView Press.
RESTAURANTS Westprfleld, Unique.
Don Cameron, Good Health, Eagle.
SHOES Perkins & Sheldon, Sander
son, Anderson, Cincinnati Shoe,
Cincinnati Shoe Store.
SHOE REPAIRING Blue Front Shop.
MANDOLIN &. GUITAR INSTRUC-TION-Mrs.
Roy M. Rhone, 1332-J.
SUITORIUM Weber, Burt's.
TAILORS Unland. "Burastead, Lud-
Western Glass & Paint Go.
12th fe M. Sts., Lincoln, Neb.
Stelner-VVoempener Drug Co.,
1146 O StrceO
Phone 707 , Lincoln, tft.
Manufacturers of Stciner's Balsam
Rhubarb Gold Capsules, Pile Gur,o and
Gray's Condition Powders.
Gated Carriages. Baggage. The finest Lhrtrjr la
12IJON StrootIyLliicoIn, Nob,"
COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK
of Lincoln, NcbraaUai
CAPITAL - - $100,000.00.
OFFICER . t
John B. Wright, Prts. J. H. Wmott, Vlc-Pro
Jo Samuels 2nd VJe'a-Pita. " P. L. Hall, CaafcUa
V. B. JRyoru. AH. puh.
Palladian Thanksgivngi Feed.
The Palladian society held Its an
nual Thanksgiving "feed" last Wednes
day night. This "feed" is one of the
oldest customs connected with the Uni
versity. It is also one of the jolliest,
and the Thanksgiving "feed" of 1903
proved to bo an exceptionaly good one.
Palladian hall waa beautifully decor
ated with palms, chrysanthemums, and
ixarlet and cream bunting. A large
flag adorned the south end of the hall.
The guests wcro received at the
door of the hall by Miss Geneva Bul
lock and Mr. James Anderson. Each
person was provided with a conversa
tion card. Progressive conversation
was enjoyed for half an hour, after
which Mr. William O'Shea. an old Pal
ladian, entertained the society with
some conjuiing. Mr. O'Shea is nn art
ist at this work and executed a great
many marvellous feats. Among other
things, a collection for the Temple
Fund was taken. Half-dollars came
from Pioftzsor Caldwell's whiskcrB.
anf Piofessor Fosslei's hair, while the
ruillea of the girls' gownb hid count
Iced numbers of them Mr. O'Shca's en
teitainment was greatly enjoyed by all
riFsei't. Then came the "feed" The
chairs ueie arranged around the Hides
of the room with a double row down
the (cmer. and an old fashioned np
Flipper was served. Chicken sand
wiches, p.impkln pie. pickles. "fruit, nuts
and cake, and home-made mndy tnid
punch wcie enjoyed.
After tho "feed" came the toasts.
Professor Fossler acted as toastmaster.
All the toasts were witty and inspiring.
Miss Ethel Colyell, '05, talked upon,
"The firm warm clasp of a comrade's
hand." Miss Colwell told of the sense
of comradeship which comes from the
society work and llto. Committee
work brings about a great many warm,
Mr I) P DeYoung. '07. next called
upon "The Now Numbeib." He told
how glad the new members were to be
able to call themsehes Palladians.
Pioicfcsor Caldwell, '80, was called
'i, n lo an informal speech, which he
mauo. affoi cling much mniiment
Mish Suf-an Harnhait, 0o, gae a
ciy inteicbting talk on "Muhlc Hath
Chaims to Sooth." en "John Jones."
Miss Hainhait dosed with bom? apt
verses about the soul inspiring music
of John Jones.
Miss Louise Phelps. '02. of Schujler,
talked upon "The Lights oi Home. Each
Frldaj Ee " Miss Phelps spoke of the
lights of Palladian hall which have dc
paited, and those of the present clay.
Russell Moore, 'U4, gavo the last
toast, his subject being, "Pall Hall,
Long 1 lfe to Thee!" Mr. Mooie told
of the affection the old membeis had
for the hall and expiessed the convic
tion that Pall hall will alwajs flouiish
Piofessor Fosser dosed the evening
with a few words of anticipation of
the next Pall "Feed."
Then the Palls wended their ways to
th oh- hewial homes, singing "John
Jcnes." and oiling. "Zlp-a-lac ka "
The "ffed" committee was as fol
lows: Gone a Bullock, '01, (hail man,
I ouis Llghtner, '01, James Anderson,
'0(5. Giace Corder. '05. and Helen An
Proceeds of the County Fair.
Report of County Fair, November 21,
Ticket's sold ..J...,,,.1 ?5!T.98-
Door receipts 38.88
Booths & showB "G2.00
Returned eggs 77
Total receipts.-. $161. G3
Rent, breakage : 2.20
Goods '. 12.37
Total expenditures $24.52
Balance In treasury $137.11
Members of the class in English
literature 6 are writing discussions on
tho early writers of the preceedlng de
cade. Lincoln Local Express Tel. 787,
Sam's Cafe. Tho only place in the
city to get the famous "Little Gom
Hot Waffles." Special BerVIce for ladies.
One of the Seniors In civil engineer
ing is preparing to make some tests of
lelnforcod concrete to secure material
for a theslB on this subject.
The class in inllioads expect to fin
ish their field work Saturday. Their
"line" runs across the state farm and
Is nearly all cross-sectional, only one
cure being yet Incomplete.
Under direction of Professor Chat
burn the class In roads and pavements
In civil engineering, tested Borne bilck
furnished by the Omaha Hydraulic
Pressed Brick Co., recently Tensile,
compiesslon, nbsorption and "latllei"
tcBts were made and the results tab
ulated. Hue to the well known excel
lence of the work the civil engineer
ing laboratory docs much work of this
kind and the practical expuiemc ob
tained is InvnluaMe to the student.
C. E. Chowlns. Bupeilntendent of
construction. Is working on the plans
for the heating systom at the state
The new form of belt elynnmomf tor
will boon be finished In the machine
The class in mechanical englneeiing
17 will shortly run a series of efficien
cy tests of the gas engine
TIip class in mechanical englneeiing
13 is working with the new Junkei's
gas eoloiemcter. to determine the
heating value of illuminating gns.
Don Cameron's lunch counter for
Leming's. ice cream and candy; llt'n
and L Sts.
Lincoln Local Express, 11th and N.
Tel. 787. Baggage hauled.
5 PlCTtf' &
To many points in Montana, Utali
and Idaho. To many points in
California, Oregon, Washington.
From Sept. 15th to Nov. 20th, in-
Y elusive, tho Union Pacific will sell
X. on" way tickeis froin Missouri
3. Riror Terminals, Council Bluffs
y to Kansas City inclusive, as fol-
Y $20.00 lo Oregon and Salt Lake at,
7 ' 120.00 to Hfilwia-and Butte, Mont.
, $22.50 to Spokane and "Wenatchee, I
. !Crafltncrfnn. &
$220 to Huntington and Nampa, "
$25.00 to Portland, Tcoma, and
j $25.00 to Vancouver and Victoria.
$25.00 to Ashland and Astoria, Ore-
Y gon, via Portland.
J $25.00 to SanFranclsco, Los Angeles
and San Diego.
vxrresponoingiy juow ivaies 10 many
other CaHfornla,Oregon, Washington,
Montana, Utah, and Idaho Points. 1
For further information call on or i
Grrespondingly Low Rates to Many
f address. J
E B. SLOSSON, Gen. Agt.
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GEO. A. WIL8ON
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Olfice and Shop. 222 S, 12th. Telephone 0 1307
Estimate furnirdiuri wm apiilicatiou.
Job work promptly attended to.
The Weber Suitorium
Is the up-to date place
where yoo can get your
Clothing Cleaned and Pressed
Phone 708 Northeast Cor. Uth & O Sk.
I5J5 0 Street. Phone 566.
100 rooms -lt low j)ric l hoiiHoincity.
RATES- Si Per Ihty nnd Up
Fraternity Hall 13th St N Street
Newly fumlHhed nnd dprorated. In now
open for dntPB for College and Frater
nity dances. Spcdal lates to studentjj.
Room 308, Fraternity Bide
The Eagle Restaurant
240 No. 10th St.
Lincoln Tank Line
Successor to (J. H. Man
Gasoline, Kerosene, Lubricating Oil
125 No. 12th Street. Telephone 473
III M. Illh Sired
Telephone A 1035
OUD WORK IS WELL KHOWN
We always have and always will ap
preciate the support of tho students
reports to the contrary notwithstand
ing. YULE BROTHERS LAUNDRY
Tot, 754. 1514 O Street.
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