The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 10, 1905, Image 4

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Campus Gleanings
Phi Delta Phlhad their picture taken
at 'the Ellto Tuesday.
Clijhtt Calmrt
Akrovt Aldikom
Quarter Size
MUST be Quarter Size
Collars, that is they must
be precisely rijrht nnd mnde
of stuff which will not Bhrink.
TTii Clnntt and Arrow Col
lars arc rijrhtly made of
shrunk fabrics.
Cluett, 25 cents,
Arrow, 15 cents
each or 2 for 25 cents
Cluett, Peabody & Co.
Makers of Cluett and Monarch Shirts
Sam Westerfield
Propriotor of
Llttlo Qom Hot
Waffles ivndFlno
Munis and
1 17-121 North (5
The First National Bank
ef Uncote, N.
Capital S9O.OOO.t0
Uadlridad profit .. M.M&M
S. H. Burnhasa, Praa.
V. J. Sawar. VlcPraaldeat
H. S. FrMinu, Cacklar.
HL B. Evani, Aast Caaaler.
Frank Parka, Aut OaaakK.
P. R. Eaaterday, Auditor.
tbarhsB. Gregory
TZZl" the Coal Wan
NO 1044 O 8TRKHT
Colombia National
Rrttr ft OF LINCOLN.
Capital. $100,000.00
Inoludes In the Now .ditton
25,000 NE.W WORDS, Etc.
New Gazetteer of the World
Now Biographical Dictionary
Bdltod by W.T.HAHIUS, Ph.D., LL.D.,
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Publishers, Springfield, Mass.
Sigma Alpha Epsllon gavo a smoker
Monday evening at tho chaptor house.
Sickness In Dr. Hoald's family has
provented him from meeting some of
his classes1 this woek.
A good sized delegation will repre
sent tho Uni. Y. M. C. A. at tho state
convention to bo held at Qrand Island
next week.
Vesper Bervlco, Memorial hall Sun
day evening, seven o'clock. Address
by Chancellor Andrews. All students
urged to attend.
Tho annual banquet of tho Univer
sity Y. M. C. A. will begin promptly
at 7:45 o'clock Friday, March 3rd. Uni
versity men are urged to keep tho date
in mind.
Instructor Lane of tho Physical
Training Department is sick and un
able to keep up his work this week.
His classes aro being conducted by El
liot Graves.
Professor Bessey reports seeing a
robin on a tree on tho campus Wed
nesday morning. The poor thing was
evidently much surprised at finding
so much snow on tho ground.
Professor Bessey gavo a special lee
turo Wednesday on tho structure of
diatomB, a peculiar kind of microscopic
plant, especially common in tho ocean,
where they constitute tho food of many
University men .and women aro in
vited to attend the "Quiet Hour" ser
vice In Memorial hall Sunday morning
at nlo o'clock. Dean Chas. E. Bessoy
will speak. Miss Eleanor Andrews
will sing.
Only a short time remains for the
gymnasts to jsot In shape for the pre
liminaries. They take place Wednos
nay, Feb. 22, and all men expecting
to try for a placo are urged to come
out for practice.
O. E. Slecke, H. M. Crawford and N.
M. Barnes, members of the local chap
tor of Sigma Alpha Epsllon, are to
represent their chapter at the Installa
tion of a chapter of S. A. E. at the Un
iversity of Iowa.
Word cornea to tho Y. M. C. A. that
State Secretary J. P. Bailoy of Omaha
will bo present at tho annual banquet
on the night of March 3. Mr. Bailey
is well and favorably known to a large
number of University men, and hlB
genial character wins new friends
wherever he goes.
Miss Mabel A. Hartzell, U. of N., '99,
has gone to Lead City, S. D., to teach
physics and chemistry In the public
schools there. Miss Hartzell has been
an instructor for two years in the
Academy and has taught in the Lin
coln Medical school and assisted as
Instructor in the University.
"Tho Quiot Hour Service" which
will occur in Memorial Hall Sunday
morning at 9 o'clock is for University
men and womonr-At this meeting Miss
Eleanor Andrews, well known In Uni
versity muBical circles, will sing a
vocal number. Dean Bessey will speak.
Students aro urged to let nothing stand
In the way of an attendance upon thiB
helpful hour's servico.
Tho glrlB of tho Y. W. C. A. will
give a reception complimentary to the
Y. M. C. A. in tho Art hall Tuesday
evening, February 14. Tho following
will act as patrons:
Chancellor and Mrs. E. BonJ. An
drews. Dr. and Mrs. Sherman.
Dr. and Mrs. Ward.
Dr. and Mrs. Hlnman.
Prof, and Mrs. Hodgman.
Prof, and Mrs. Fogg.
Prof, and Mrs. Burnett.
Dr. and Mrs' Bessoy.
Dr. and Mrs. French.
Prof, and Mrs. Caldwell.
Prof, and Mrs. Barber.
Prof, and Mrs. Qruramann.
Dr. and Mrs. Luckey.
In less than three days from Lincoln what an agroeablo charigol
Why enduro throo more long months of winter weathor, when you can
leave It all and go to balmy California on a train llko tho
C olden State Limited
Every comfort and convonionco agorgeous hotel on wheels, If yon
please expressly for you.
Dally via El Paso and the Southern Pacific through Now Mexico.
Most southerly courso quickest way to reach tho realm of summer. ESv
ory mile is a mile away from winter.
Full information about this train and other service to California,
with booklet "The Golden State," promptly on roquost
F H. llUlllll BSSW
Special Excursion to Omana.
$1.10 for Round Trip.
Roller skating enthusiasts aro ar
ranging to have a special excursion
to Omaha on Friday, February 17th,
to attond the roller skating raco be
tween Miss Hoilman of Lincoln and
Mrs. Cuscadon of Omaha. A rate of
$1.10 for tho round trip has been so
cured and all who dosiro to take ad
vantage should see tho manager of tho
Auditorium Skating Rink at once. In
the recont contest at Lincoln, Miss
Heilman won, and the Lincoln sup
porters are confident of tho ability
of their representative to again show
Omaha "how it is done."
Invitations are out for tho second
dancing party given by tho young la
dies of the University Women's build
ing on Saturday evening, February 18.
Several visitors from Omaha are ex
pected for this occasion. Miss Mabel
Clark will visit with Miss Pearl lFtz
gerald. Miss Nell Ensor will onter
talnher slBter, Miss Nnlce Ensor, and
Miss Minnie Hlller expects her sister,
Miss Florence Hlller.
Tho beginning of class In elocution
will give recitations every Wednesday
morning, Members of tho class will
each have a turn to be upon tho stand
and go through the rigorous Inspec
tion of the instructor. Those classes
will be open to university students.
The Union and Palladlan Literary
societies will hold valentine parties
in their respective halls this evening.
Junior Auxiliary of St. Luke's will
hold a bread and cako sale on Satur
day at Heagy's Grocory Store, Four
teenth and S streets.
Fresh home-made candles at Max
well's, 1426 O St. and 13th and N Sts.
Now Is your time to buy Bwell,
snappy shoes cheap. Sanderson's sale.
Tho Good Health Cafe for the no
moat menu. Ask our patrons about it.
Get tho best Henderson & Ames'
uniforms, at Armstrongs.
Lincoln Local Express, 1039 N street
Both phones.
Armstrong Clothing Company, prac
tical hatters.
Lincoln Transfer Co.; b&ggage.
Phone 176.
Twenty-one meals for $3. Dormitory
If you got it at Armstrong's, It's
Hair dressing, shampooing at the
For Furs see Steele. 143 S. 12th St
Chailn Bros., FloriBts, 127 So. 13th.
G. F .
Tradk Marks
Copyrights Ac.
Anyono sending a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether
Invention la probably pat on Uhta ComHiunka
tlous strictly confidential. HAN060QX on PatenOj
out free. Oldest aponcy for BocurlnapatenUL
Patents takon through Munn ft Co. rooetre
rptclxil notice, without charge. In tho
Scientific American.
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. largest
cuiauou or any scionuao journal, 'lernts.
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MUNN & Co.86'BHew Yorfc
Branch Office, 626 F BU Washington. D. C.
The newest and finest Barber
Shop in Nebraska. Particu
lar Attention given to face,
neck and scalp massaging. j
1206 O St- Burr Block
New York
Boston and
Fast dally train
Chicago & North
the double-track
Missouri Ritjer to
injj at Chicago
all points East.
service via the
Western Railway,
railway from thr
Chicago, connect-
with all lines for
The trains of the
NorthWestern Line
are most completely equipped for the
safety and comfort of patrons.
The Best of Everything
Tl.tets and full Information on application to
R. W. McGINNIS, Agent,
1024 O Street
Chicago & North-Westers Railway