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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1904)
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Every Loyal University Student
Is Urged to Patronize these
Nebraskan Advertisers, and
to Mention the Paper
While Doing So.
ART GOdtJS Ross P. Curtice.
BARBER SHOP Green's, Palace and
BICYCLES-ATHLETIC GOODS Si
dles. BOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op. Lin
coln Book Store, Uni. Book Store,
Brown Drug Co.
BOOK HOSPITAL Gillespie.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional BOOKBINDL .G GilleBpie.
BOWLING ALLEY Crescent.
CARPENTER Geo. A. Wilson.
CIGARS Fred A. Powell, Royle &
Walkor, Lindsay, Young.
CLEANERS AND DYERS Elliott,
Soukup & Wood.
CLOTHING Armstrong. Magce &
COAL Gregory, P. D. Smith, Whitc-
CONFECTIONERY Maxwell, Lincoln
DANCING HALL Fraternity Hall.
DENTIST Dr. Jack.
DISEASES OF EYE, EAR & THROAT
DOCTORS Dr. Mitchell; Dr. LenbofT.
DRUGGISTS Stelner, Woempcner,
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Ross Elec
EXPRESS Lincoln Local, Lincoln
FLORISTS Chapin Bros
FURNITURE Rudge & Ouenzel. A.
M. DaviB, Hardy.
HAliERDASHERY $2.50 Hat Store.
HARDWARE Rudge & Guen.el, F.
JEWELERS Tucker. Fleming, Wolff.
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros.
MANDOLIN INSTRUCTION Mrs. R.
W. Rhone. Studio, 1882 J.
MILLINERS T1& Famous.
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
U TICIANS Dr. J. J. Davis, . olff.
PHOTOGRAPHER Townsend, Hay
den. PIANOS RosS P. Cuitice Co.
PLUMBER Korsmeyer Co.
POOL AND BILLIARDS B. P. Pow
oll, The Ideal.
PRINTING George Bros , New Cen
tury. Ivy Press, Review Press, Grif
11 n & Greer.
RESTAURANTS Westerfieid, Home
Cafo. Uni. SehooL of Music Cafe,
SHOE REPAIRING Null and McCoy.
Blue Front Shop.
SHINING PARLOR Union Shining
STENOGRAPHER Frank E. Lee.
SUITORIUM Weber .
TAILORS Un ul. Union College
Grif Kn-Greer Printing
Company HaTo sTrt
Wcdctfhg Invitations, Ball Programs,
and all kinds of Commercial Printing.
TjieLincolnCandy Kitohen .
Manufacture! the Purot Candy In tha city.
All kind of Novelties, Footballs, Waters
melons and, Fancy Boxes.
1337 O 6treet fcjnopln
The Hallowe'en party given at the
Dormitory on Saturday evening was
most completo and unique in every do
tail. Tho parlor on the first tloor pre
sented a most wierd appearance with
its dim candles and Jack-o-lanterns
Ah the guestH assembled In thin mys
terious abode, they were solemnly con
ducted by lines of tall ghosts to wan
der through tho mazes ot the upper
Preceding through the labjrlnth of
red hangings and red Jack-o-lanterns,
they were Btoppod by numerous occu
pants of this region. Besides Gypsies
and trick fortune tollers, colored dan
cers and cake walkers flitted gayly be
foro thorn. Misses Vilan Lee, Nell
Ensor and Mrs Dr. Orr were prom
inent in this capacity.
On to the third floor the gucbts wan
dered. Hero all was In yellow. Num
erous "stunts" were offered In the way
of apple bobbylng, soa) bubbling and
The fourth floor with Its many dark
and erotpy looms demanded a courage
ous heart and firm stop to proceed.
The bravest, however, were rewarded.
After they safely passed through tho
dark rooms decorated with ghosts and
skeletons and skulls, they reached tho
fortune teller Mks Allen, who directed
them to the roof, "there to meet your
fate." On the roof, midst myriads of
Jaek-o-lnntcrna. stood tho Image of
their fate, "a man."
About 200 guests were present. Dur
ing the evening soft cider, cako, cook
ies and nuts were served. Among those
who participated in tho affair were
Misses Vivian Lee, Pearl Fitzgerald,
Grace. Purdy, Nell Enbor, Nell Dovey,
Gomberg, Cramer. Anderson, White,
Arnold, Allen and Prankish.
The Dollaus held their annual Hal
lowe'en party last Friday evening at
the state form. A large crowd was in
attendance and a most enjoyabjo time
bad. Refreshments, in the way of
pumpkin pies, apples, walnuts and
candy were served. A. I. Bates gave
a -few interesting readings, nno old
lashioned Hallowe'en games were
The Unions and Palladians also held
their Hallowe'en parties at the Tarm
on.the same evening. Their entertain
ment was much the same as that of
the Dellans and an excellent time is
The First of the Year in Mem
orial Hall Thursday.
The fii-bt public students' iccital of
the Unhorsity School of Music will bo
given in Memorial hall, Thursday
evening, Nov 3. at 8 o'clock. The pub
lic is coidially invited Program as
Bath, prelude and tugue, E flat
minor, (W. T 0 ) Peuii Fodrea.
Chopin, etude C sharp minor, Op. 25;
etude, F major, Op. 10. Alyse Swed
berg. Schubeit, Dor Doppelganger. Law
rence KellU , Had I a Flower, Julia
Rotoli, All things,. O Maiden, Meyer
Helmund, Of thee I'm Thinking, Mar
geitha, Chas Tulle s.
Chopin, Ballade, G minor. Ethel Sy-
.Haydn. Andante and variations, F
mlnoi, Edith Burlingim.
D'Albert, Allomand, Gavotte and
Musette, Gigue, from suite p. 1; Floss
Purcell. (1058-1605.) Nymphs and
Shepeis, Beach, Ecstacy. Elma Mars
land. Gluch. St. Scans, Caprice (alceste),
Pyrography Material Hand Mirrors.
Collar and Cuff Boxes. Photograph
Boxes. Plpo Racks, WalL Pockets,
Match Safes. Burned Leather Novel
ties at the Lincoln Book Store.
Union Shining Parlors. Shine, 5c.
Chairs for ladies. 1018 O street-
Home Made Bread and Pastry.
The T.omo Cafe, 214 So. 12th".
Lunches and meals that appeal to
you. Good Health Cafe.
Dr. A. R. Mitchell has moved to 145
So. 11th street.
We oiler solid gold watches at ipecial prices during
this week So'ld gold open face, ladfeb' slje, Elgin
movement, $16. Same in hunting cue $21 to $75.
It will pay you lo Investigate this.
V. G. AOLFF,i39 so. i3tii
l3L Ny jjl
Crescent Bowling Alleys
1134 N STREET
Is The Only Line Landing
you at the
Round trip rates from Omaha are as follows:
$8.00 Bold daily except Friday and Satuiday, Rood bocn dajd
$13.80 Bold daily, good fifteen duys
The Wahaan Is the only lino that lands pabbongeis at tho main
entrance of tho Woild's Fair Grounds AIho the only lino that can
cheik jour baggage to the World's Fair Station. Think what a paving
of timo, annoyance and extra car faro.
All agents can sell you through ticket and loute you oer tho
Very low rates to many points South, Southeast. For beautiful
World's Fair folder and all Information cnll at 1001 Fainum St., or
HARRY E. MOORES,
G. A. P. D. Wabash Ry, Omaha, Neb.
E. E. MANN
Carries a (ull line of
A. A. WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS
And also Repairs Them.
-Ml 7 North Elovonth
Dn't be dead one keep younclf looking near.
Clt anlhg, Preuing, Dying, Repairing and
Refitting of Fine Clothes.
BII 78 Automatic I708
Auto 1202 Boll 147
SOUKUP & WOOD
Expert Cleaners and Dyers
1320 N Stroot
113 North llth St.
Sole Agent for Lincoln.
GEO. A. WILSON
Contractor and Builder
Batimatei Furnished upon Application.
Job WorBfromptly Attended to.
240 80. 10th Llnooln. Neb.
For first-lass Tailoring:
at low prices, see Union
College Student Tailors.
Phones; Automatic 3255,
Befl 209. ot Jt, j.
Union College Tailors
South Entrance College BuUdln
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