The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 08, 1904, Page 3, Image 3

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Every Loyal University Student
Is Urged to Patronize these
Nebraskan Advertisers, and
to Mention the Paper
While Doing So.
ART GOdt)S Hosb P. Curticp.
HARDER SHOP Oropn'B, Pnlare and
MoruI.
HICYCU3S-ATHLETIC GOODS Si
ll Ips
HOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coln Rook Storr, Uni. Rook Slorp
Rrown Drug Co
ROOK HOSPITAL Cillespic
HANKS Columbia National. FliH Na
tional HOOKRINDL G Gillespip
HOWLING ALLEY Crescent.
CARPENTER-Geo A. Wlltson.
CIGARS Kred A. Powell, Royle Sc
Walker. Lindsay
CLEANERS AND DYERS -Elliott.
Soukup & Wood.
CLOTHING Armstrong, Magee &
Dcpmer, UmVand.
COAI GiCKory, P. D. Smith, White
breast. CONFECTIONERY Maxwell, Lincoln
Candr Kitchen.
DAIRY Lena Ins.
DANCING HALL Fraternity Hall.
DENTIST Dr. Jack.
DISEASES OF EYE, EAR THROAT
Dr. Woodard.
DOCTORS Dr. Mitchell; Dr. Lenhoff.
DRUGGISTS Stolner. Woempener,
Browa, Man.
DRY GOODS Miller St Paine.
KLECTRICaL SUPPLIES Rom Elec
tric Co.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local, Lincoln
Transfer.
PLORIST8 Chapiu Brew.
FURNITURtt Rudg k. Gnenzel. A.
M Daria, Hardy.
FURRIER Steele.
G ROGERS- -Keyitone.
HAHERDASHBRY 12.50 Hat Store.
HARDWAR1-Rudge & GitenHel, F.
K. Lahr.
HOTELS Lindall.
JEWELER Tucker, Wolff, E. Flem
ing. LAUNDRIES Yule Bros.
LUMBER Dierki.
MILLINERS The FamouB.
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
OPTICIANS Dr. J. J. DaTis, . ollf.
PHOTOGRAPHER Townsend, Hay
den. PIANOS Rosa P. Curtice Co.
POOL AND BIU.IARUS B. P. Pow
ell, The Ideal.
PRINTING George Bros., New Cn
tury. Ivy PrcBB, ReTiew Press, Grif
fin &. Greer.
RESTAURANTS Westerfleld, Home
Cafe, Uni. School of Music Cafe,
Good Health.
SHOES Sanderson.
SHOE REPAIRING Null and McCoy.
Blue Front Shop.
SHINING PARLOR Union Shining
Parlor
STENOGRAPHER -Frank E. Leo.
SUITORIUM Weber, .
BHHotts.
TAILORS Un '.d, Union Colle
Tailors.
TYPEWRITER Remington.
wniAmiAiAn-i-TW
i STUDENTS
For first-class Tailoring;
at low prices see Union
College Student Tailors.
Phones; Automatic 3255,
Bell J209. jt jt ot
Union College Tailors
South Tnt Jnct College Building
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In Oter Colleges
Tho dedication of tho new chapel
nt Yaasar last wr-ek wan attended with
im prowl vo ceremonioH. Tho chapel Ih
tho gift of two alumni of Vastar
Cornell bns rnnldcd a training table
for the freshmen football squad this
yeai The experiment has thiu far
proved a decided hiccpss Fourteen
men are presont at the table
HerenftPr all undeivl.-'.'-Fnien lit An
napolis u&ing tobacco v. ill be pxpened
Only first classmen at tho naal aca
demy are permitted the use of the wppd
and fvoii tticn the use is surtounded
by numerous restrictions
The men nt the law ihool at Chi
cago presented a petition to the
council aaking that the women stu
dentH bp prohibited the use or the law
library The men declare that the
girls preent serious work in the li
brary. The chancellor of Syracuse univer
sity announced in chapel last week that
students are hereafter absolutely for
bidden to hold or attpnd dancer His
remarks have caueod great excitement
at the university The chancellor as
serts than dancing and dances nre in
jurious to scholarship and study
This year the journalism da-; at
Michigan will have a chance at prac
tical Journalism. They will get out a
newspaper called "Tho Sun" and prepa
rations are now being made for wo
firsf issue. '1 ho work will probably
deal only with tno literary side at
journalism. The edition will be lim
ited to 200 copies.
Babcd upon a recent decision of tho
committo on employment for .students
at Columbia university haB JuBt
handed in its report for tho year clos
ing May 31, 1901. The total amount
earned by the students with the aid of
the committee waa $27,4f2 10, without
their aid. $45,568.07.
The ways in which the students
earned money Is most Interesting. Tho
occupations vary- from bell boy, laborer
and conductor, to tutoring, life-insurance
soliciting, and newspaper report
ing. Based upon a recent dec ision by tho
appellate division of the state supremo
court donying Un right of non-rosldont
students to vote In the districts whoro
they attend college, legal proceedings
are to bo instituted at tho instance of
a political club at Columbia university
to mandamus the boards of registry
and lompel them to strike ouch stu
dent's niimn from the official list of
voters.
There are two thousand oters at
tending Columbia. Half of them are
legally empowered to ote by actual
tesidence In this city. But the othor
half are likely to be denied a vote
under the appellate division ruling. In
which all the justices of that court
concurred
If tho maudamus campaign is ex
tended to all the colleges of the state,
many thousands of otes will bo lost.
Persistent efforts are being made by
a largo body of the law students to in
dueo their brethern to remove their
mustaches. Nearly all of these whose
i.ppor lips are unadorned by any hir
sute giowth lme joined in tho move
ment and they constitute a decided ma
jority. At u recent meeting they de
cided that the offenders should be
ghen until November 8, election day,
In which to remove tho nulsanco,
which they maintain is conducive to
unsanitary conditions in the depart
ment. Any who disregard this warning,
they say, will immediately thereafter
be summarily dealt witli.
We have heard a good many ox
rresB their surptiso that this movement
should have originated in tho depart
ment where co-eds are completely in
the minority. Cornell Daily Sun.
The Famous will give r. rpedul dis
count of 10 per -cent to university stu
dents on all purchases of millinery, kid
Cloves, corsets, etc.
Rent a Remington at student rat
and keep your notes In good form.
Office Corner of Oliver Theater BJdg.
Dr. W. ETjockT DontiEt, 1301 O St.
Excursion Tickets
Via The Burlington
ST, LOUIS & RETURN X&? $9.25
ST. LOUIS & RETURN J Tv,mi" 30' F,""n $15,50
ST, LOUIS & RETURN ZNSmiaX:,Jmi $17.20
CHICAGO & RETURN l,rrmber 30 Umi' $20,00
CHICAGO & RETURN Xu $20.10
Burlington Depot,
7th Street, between P and Q
Tclephono, Burlington 1290
Automatic 2113
JACOB NORTH
1118-1122
Printers and
A li.st of University CIimu
and which
Son for Annual 1898
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law Annual,
Crescent Bowling Alleys
1134 N
The Lincoln Candy Kitchen
1337 O Stroot
Manufacturers of Home Made Candy
Bullcrswoot. Best in the City
All Kindi of Toy Ncvcltier,
Footballs, Bananas,
Etc, Etc
TRY OUR CANDIES
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A. BRANTHWAITE
' 113 North llth St.
Sole Agent for Linooln.
Columbia National
Rantr fc OF LINCOLN,
OaHK NEBRASKA
Capital, $100,000.00
Gri! fin-Grecr Printing
Company im 6 street
WWlng Invitations, BU ProjgrAflv,
nd 1I kird of ComnnrcUl Prfntfn.
0Knm jt lr
City Ticket OHico,
10th and 0 Strools. Telephones:
Boll 235
Automatic 3111
AND COMPANY
M Strmmt
Bookbinders
Publications printed by nB
upeak for us.
Sombroro, Olaso of 1895
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STREBT
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The College Man
Is Particular About H(c Shoo
THE WALKOVER SHOE
ft the best sfioe for men's
feet. Cur I ne in strictly up-to-date.
Call and let us
show them.
Rogers & Perkins
Sueccuor to Perkins oc Sftcfdon Co.
1129 O Street
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Lindsttfs Cigar Store
CARRIES MAGAZINES AND PIPES
till HH
Vry Llndsty'a Wfx(nr.
op smoking Tobacco
J18 North J Jth St. " LINCOLN, NHB
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