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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1894)
Low Tariff Ten Dollar Suit Sale
NOTHING LIKE IT BEFORE . .
INVESTIGATE FOR YOURSELF
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR
Tho Best Placo to Buy . . .
Furs, Fur Capes,
Shoes, and Toys
Is at the Big Stores of . . .
HERPOLSHEIMER & CO.
1STH & N STS., 1-2 BLOCK.
PRICES THE LOWEST . . .
The Commercial Barber Shop
DOES THE BEST WORK.
Tho Finest Hath Rooms In the City.
Student piitroiintfo Holliltod. Ajjoncv for tln IW-at
120 X. 11th Street.
Suits Made to Order.
CloiuiiiiR nnd Ilcpnlrlup olso Dnno.
1-26 S. Ilth St. Ovor WoWPnborg'H Clwir
COR. FOURTEENTH AND M STS., LINCOLN.
Open nt till lionrR; ilny or night. All forma of
bathe, Turklrti, KuhhImi, Itmiinn, Electric, with
speclnl attention to tlie nppllentlon of
Natural Salt Water Baths
aeveral times Btranirnr tliim wn wntar. Rheuma
tism. Rkln, Mood, mid Nervaua llsonnen, I.Ivor
and Kldnoy Trouble, nnd Chronic Ailment lire
May be enjoyed nt nil huiihoiih In our
e Salt Swimming Pool,
00x140 feet, 4 to 10 ft't deep, lieutod to a
uulform tuinporiitiiro oi MJ degrees,
SPECIAL KATES TO STUDENTS.
DRS. M. H. & J. 0. EVERETT,
IS THE PLACE FOR STUDENTS TO PATRONIZE;
Phone 579. 2208 0 St.
Any OLD HAT mndu over us good na new. Also,
Gloihes Gleaned, Dyed, ft Repaired.
lOSO 3? STR3BKT.
HIGH CLASS WORK A SPECIALTY.
Herzog Tailoring Co.,
Lenders of Fashion at
128 N. Elovontli St. ltlchards Block.
2 J!) North Xintli St.
' JBBST 15o. MBA.IuS
Munla nt nil hours. O.ystor nnd Gamo
M. E. CHEVRONT, Prop. Opp. Stnte Journal
if you will drop a card to.
832 Norrh 12th Street,
He will cnll nnd cot. your Innndry, such na Un
derwear, Hocks, Night Houcn,Co'orod Shirts, itc,
and do tlipin up rlpht. Everything mended
neatly without extra cbnrge.
Irf m "i
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Ah (i maid ho nice,
Willi slop prociHi',
Tripped o'or tho ioo,
Sho Hli)pcd j lior cure in vain.
And nt tho fall,
Willi lisuul Kail,
Tlio hcIiooI boys cull,
"Third down: two foot to Rain."
Tim locturo wiih long,
The h'otnror prosy;
I took notcH, or triod to
Hu t lior chooks wore ho rosy
1 took notes of her, too
Do yon think I did wrong?
Tho loot n ro was long
And tho loclnror prosy. Ex,
The Aurora, of tho Occidental
College, Los Angeles, Cal., makes
its initial bow. It presents ji neat
"Who can tell me what an ur
ehin is?" asked tho professor.
Prep. "A place where they
keep biscuits. ,1 Ex
The Reveille of Norwich Univer
sity, Northiield, Vt., is published
by the corps of cadets. It is well
Mr. Si raj I. Do you believe in
a college education -for a delicate
Mr. Streme. -Certainly. It ei
ther kills or cures. --Ex.
The M. S. U. IitdepcndeiiLof ML
Jvoiiri university," issued an "extra
at 1():M Saturday evening, giving
a detailed accoui toi' the Nebraska
Missouri football game. -Thi i
very good but the Neuuaskan was
out at 7:150. It was not an "extra"
oil lior, for the report appeared in
the regular edition.
The Sincerest Flattery.
LOIK ON THIS CKTUIti:.
Upon tho floor
A fat iiiiui'h heel
And banana peel
A Hlip, a reel
Then Honiotliing more
HoHidoH tho pool
Upon tho floor.
AND ON TIIIH.
A Hoft folt hat
Upon tho ground
Small boy hooh that
SamoHoft folt lint
HokickH hard at
It, miikcri a bound
A brick and hat
Liu on the ground. lux.
The K-det Kodak.
With horoyoa tiptiirnod
lior bond on bin brouHt,
Sho pronged tho button
Tho cadot did tho rem. Ex.
The Union Society Prepares an
The Unions promise to have
something wild nnd wooly next
Friday evening. There is to bo a
special program consisting of a
story composed by Miss Pound,
Abbott, Miss Morgan, Shrove, and
Newbranch. Each one writes a
chapter, and is not supposed to
know what is in the preceding
Of what sort it is the public is
not supposed to know but dark
and ill-boding tales have omanatod
from that littlo.jinnex to Prof.
Barber's Latin room where tho
surroundings are sufficiently awful
to give rise to tho most harrowing
Terrible descriptions are rife of
a house (haunted, of course,) in a
deep wood, twelve o'clock mid
night, lone traveler, etc. Then
there is a small bQy with twenty
three cents; rich old farmer with
a nrolty daughter, suspicious man,
bridge over a rushing torrent, dis
couiaged man standing ready to
plunge in. with the boy a si eon on
a neighboring door step. Phis
comprises the material for one of
tho most startling novelettes ever
The truth of tho above cannot be
vouched for but such things have
been hoard in whispers about the
Each composer is to read his
part of the story to the audience,
the intervals between the chapters
being occupied by the rendering of
some slow music. "Whether the
boy grows up, and dies nobly on
the foot ball Held or marries the
pretty girl, can hardly be con
jectured, but the public is invite 1
to come find hear this wonderful
THAT OMAHA EXCURSION.
Active Preparations Have
Been Started and Suc
Preparations for the Students'
excursion to Omaha, Thanksgiving,
are progressing rapidly under the
vigorous work the committee is
putting in. If the affair is not a
"howling" success it will not be
because of any lack of diligonce on
tuifJLlic-eanimjttcc, JiuJLt he.
infernal pcrvcrseness of the ele
ments and lack of enthusiasm
among the students.
The tickets will bo out by next
Monday so every one might as
Voll l)e prepared to take one at
first, or ho will be bored to death
before tho week is over. There is
going to be no let up. Tho mem
bers of the committee are of the
opinion that tho students, as a
whole, have contributed very little
toward the support of athletics this
year and they intend to inaugurate
a campaign, which from a financial
standpoint, has not yet been
beaten. The committee is com
posed of Ralph Johnson, A. J.
Weaver, find Bert Forbes. Apply
to them for further information.
Saturday evening the Delta Tail
Delhi chapter house was tho scene
of ji delightful stag party given to
the 13etu traternity.
Tho evening wis spent in cards
followed by songs and dancing.
A novel feature of the entertain
ment was a glove contest between
Mr. Robinson and Mr. AVhitmore.
In nine hard-fought rounds Mr.
Whitniore proved himself tho best
This is said to bo tho first time
either of tho contestants over saw
The guests were Messrs. Adams,
Becher, Ames, Cooley, Forbes,
Thorp, Robinson, Burnet, Everett,
Lehman, Nicholson, Graham, Sum
mers, and McLucas.
"Friday evening Russell Thorp,
Jr., of Edgewood, S. D., was in
itiated into the Beta Thota Pi fra
ternity, following the initiation
was a charming "spread" at which
many admirers wore present.
The Artists' Recitals.
A series of live Artists' Recitals
will be given at tho chapel cf the
university during tho winter and
spring. The first of these recitals
will bo given by Mr. Sieveking, of
tho University Consorvatary, on
the ovening of Tuesday, November
18th, beginning' promptly at eight
o'clock. The doors will bo closed
during the numbers.
Browning, King & Co.
1013 TO 1019
That little nnisnmce, tho
toothache, tho worst of nil din
oases, cnrctl in loss than three
minutes, or may ho extracted
with little or no pain!
Fin gold fillings for stu
dents at low rates. Itcst flint
teeth, that will ho as good after
ft years' service as now. Itnsli
vimckcv teeth, best offered tor
9 5, at your own price. Cheap
est teeth out. Everything in
tho dental line of the best
quality at reasonable rates.
1808 O St. Rooms 9 and lO.
B, A. P. llUKRUS.
Nebraska Pant and Suit Co.,
1 2 1 7 O Street.
(West halt oi Trunk Factory.)
All Wool Pants Made to Order,
flrat-clnaa aud pnnrnntnod to flt,
$-1. 9-1, 5, 96, and upwards.
1S. $18. $20, and op.
l'opnlar Trlcoa. Oooda sold by yard, and
Hilda lor lloy'a Panta, etc.
Few ancalled for panta nnd anlto at your owa
0. It. OAKLET. O. N. Holcom, Cuttor.
Jacob North & Co,
(Lincoln Paper Houao
PUBLISHERS, BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS
Mead's News and Cigar Stand
Fine Cigars, Tobacco I Stationery.
All the Latest Novels
The WORLD-HERALD and CHICAGO PAPERS
delivered to any part of the city by carrier.
L. L. MEAD, Prop., us so, hth street.
ARE ALL RELIABLE.
Ulvo them your pntroiuigo, and mention tho luct thnt you biiw their "nrl" In
The Students' Co-operative Book Co.
S. E. Cor, of University Haa.
LINCOLN FRAME AND ART CO.
GBODP riCTUUES framed at Ileduced Frlcea to
Btudenta. Artists' Suppllea,
226 South 1 1 th Street.
LINCOLN FRUIT STAND,
PUCCINKLLI BU0S., rrops.,
Fruits ttnd Conflict lonory,
NUTS, CIQF1, AND TOBACCO.
Special Attention Riven to atudent nnd famtlj
trndo. floods dollvered to nil pnrts of the city.
X.W. Oor. O and lBth 81.
Suits to order, . $16.50 to $45.00
Overcoats to order 18.00 to 40.00
Pants to order, . 3.00 to 10.00
We guarantee nnd keep all pooda we manu
facture in repair, tor six months, tree ot charge.
LINCOLN PANTS CO., 1223 0 St.
GEO. A. WEBB,
pnorniKTOH or the
OLIPP BARBER SHOP
Bpcclal attention paid to Students. Good
Work and Gentlemanly Trent men t.
129 So. 12th Street, LINCOLN, NEB.
Furnished Rooms and Lodging
Joaea Block, 8. W. Cor. 12th and 1 Sts.
Entrar-ee IS North 12th St.
OMee, reea 1M.
X. V. JOVMt.
always in Stock.
Boots and Shoes Made to Order.
IlepalrliiR Neutl.v Duue at the Lowest Price.
SPECIAL ItATES TO STUDENTS.
Lodwitb Dlk.(UuBouiuut) uoar cor. 11 4 P
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