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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1898)
You Won't Be In It
THE GARDNER TAILORING CO.
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EVANS LAUNDRY CO.
A Few Sample Prices
Has heretofore been noted among University students for the very low
prices at which all supplies were sold. This year, while lower than ever, com
mensurate with quality, we have materially increased our stock. We are
prepared to supply Text Books of all kinds at lower rates than were ever
before made in Lincoln. Note the list quoted below.
Rolfe's Shakespeare, per. vol 50
Students' Standard Dictionary.... 2 50
Standard Dictionary 10 50
Webster's International Dictionary 8 75
History Paper, per 100 sheets. ... 05
History Covers, leather back 15
History Covers, cloth sides 12 j
History Covers, board sides 10
Fountain Pens, 14 Kt. gold, 69c, 89c
and 98c, each pen warranted.
Waterman's "Ideal" Fountain
Pens, $3.50 and upwards.
Lead Pencils, polished, rubber
Black Ink, per 2 oz. bottle 2'A
are tho best instruments on the
market. Workmanship, Finish,
Tone and Correctness of Scale
are equally superior.
HERPOLSHEIMER & GO.
ThlsWIntor Unless You Woar
11 FULL DRESS SUIT--
Will Save You
$10.00 on a Suit.
Come unci sou us boforo placing your
order- Our work and guurantoo is
S. W. Cor. nth and O
Beyond the Rcncli of a Kiss.
In tho silent (doom of n darkened room.
Sat n youth with u iniildun fnlr;
His quivorlwt Up uiul tunrful oyo,
SpoKo of sorrow and troublo unit euro.
"la your Brief too deop for mo to slmrot"
Spoke tlio muld Willi n toiulor nolo.
"OliyoHl" cried tho youth In wild de
spair, 'My collar la cuttlnu my throat."
'In that all." said she, with a smllo
"Then your troubles will soon with
draw. Tho 15 wins Laundry has a mnuhlno
That will smooth down tho teoth of a
The "Fay" Saw-Edee Machine
Leaves No saw Edges.
HERPOLSHEIMER & GO.
Fountain Pen Pockets 8c, 10c and 15c
Student's Note Books 04
"University" Tablets 15
Ink Tablets, 80 sheets each 05
Soft Paper Tabs, 500 pages each 05
Music and Pictures
The "Maurer" Mandolins and Guitars
are the equal in tone and workmanship of
anything made in the U. S. A written
guarantee for 3 years is given with each
instrument sold by us.
Guitars $14.00 to $90.00
Mandolins 13.00 to 75.00
Sole Agents for Lincoln.
The Brightest Light
will fall to show any Iniporfections in
our work, because it's as near perfec
tion as is possible. Give us a trial, wo
Saw edges ironed smooth.
BEST LAUNDRY. - Tel. 575.
Up-town Olfico 1144 0 SI.
Gregory sells Coal
Best Quality. Best Price
y -a '" , "BBHBK
THE NEBRASKA SCIENTISTS MEET.
(Contlnuod from piico 1)
"Aluninl in this department of uk1"'
liiilftirn" hv .Tnrnil Smith. '88.
We have found many other tiling
which might be Intemmng to rfii-i-ers
of the NobriiHluin, but to incnMnii
nil would require more than a brief '
view of the touatH "Jleforo tlie war" by
Colonel Dudley, "Since before the war '
by Adam McMullen, 'IW, "Hood tldliiu
from tlie UntverHlty" by Chuneell-ir
Mnelican, mid the nddrcHH of welenine
by our toiiwtinlstireKH, MIks Cora 'Phom
We want nil frlendH of the Univer
sity to make tlielr vIhUh to WiihIiIm r
ton known to the secretary or mime
other member of the club. We may
nut bniiniiuL von but we will make
you feel at home. The Hecretnry keep
ii complete list of the in6mberH of the
club, with their addrcHHCH. Very ln-
It. A. HMUHSOX, See,
IMI'R ntU'KKT OAMM AND SOIM1
On Sntiirdnv iiftenuxm the faculty
met the students In u tfiinie of rlelot,
iliich was thoroughly enjoyed, not
only 'beHaUMJ ' I'he novelt, of I'lio
urutiie but nlso beeause of the novelty
of seeing the dljjnllled fueulty Indulg
ing In athletics. Although the phi.v
er.s were mostly ineperleiieed In
erli'UU and the fueulty weiv n little
out of 'tr.i'nlng they played 11 tfood,
evenly eoi'-iewted giiino. Dr. lIitliiKw
and Moore of the fueulty, ami iHiHty
and Wnterniiin of t'lie tiident did
good work tis Howlers, although It
seemed Hiard for them to preserve a
kMIV arm. Klchanks for tho facility
ami l'endere for the Ktudent.s were
tlho star bat tors. Manager White, in
nppenriinco and accent of voice, gnve
a real K-nglltv'h tone to the giune. .Inek
Best, better known as Mack,' who vvus
probably tHie biwt judge ot cricket on
the ground, was much pleased with
the game. The .score vvns !2il to :7 lu
favor of the students. Line up vvu.s
scheduled as follows:
Lovelnnd.. Wicket Koep.-l'lenson, Cnp.
Davis, dipt I'olnt Cortelyou
Wolc'ott . . . .('over I'oiiut I'armelee
Votaw MM Off Williams
Richards Mid On True
lllnninn Drive llartos
Fossler Long lAig ....Sherman
Stout Square Ley . . . . ICdgcrton
Brace Buck Stop ....Swallow
Ilnstings.lst mini in the SlipsMorrison
.More CkHldwcll.Ud man iii.Wtitermnu
Ward Hustle, Mgr
WHITI-J, -Mm linger. OFFICIALS
JUNO, Scorer. JACK BKSrP-
anil otlher Eiitflls!lime.n.
Sonic ehanye.s were inside an a fow
of t:he players were not on iluind at the
lc(ri lining1 of faim;
After the erienet ime the loiif
looked for Fresh ma ir-fc3opihomore con
test winic off and resulted in an easy
victory for the Freshmen, vJho are de
stined to Ixj an athletic class. The
events were won as follows:
loon, Fres'hnieiin; .seeoiwl place, NWilyf
I. 100 yard da.slli ilrst plaev, Pe
loon, Freshmen; sicond phu'e, Wal
ker, Freshmen; third place, Burr,
Sophomore. Time, 11 2-.r hccoiuls.
. Mile ru.ii went to So'lroimreo by
default, Clinton lK'injr the only one on
grounds when nice was culled.
F.; second, Sliane, S. DUttuu-e 74
feet 10 inches.
4. Kuiinhifr High .lump wont to
Frvis'hincn by default.
.-. Putting 10 lb. diot, first, Wallace,
F.; second, Dasenbrock, F.; tHilnl,
Sim ne, S.
(i. ISO yard Hurdles Ilrst, Pejxoii,
7. 440 yanl run, Fre.s'hnmn by de
fault. 5. Foot ball kick, first, Climtoii', S.;
M'cond, Mouck, F.; . il, Walker, F.
Distance, 142 feet.
'J. TM yanl run, Frehmaur b- de
fault. 10. Hii'iiiiing Broad Jump, Frcshimnii
II. 880 yard run, first, Mantz, F.;
second, Clinton. S.
12. Tihrowlng 10
First, Wallace, F.;
brock, V.; third, Shatie. S. (11 feet.
i:i. Base ball throw-Firat, Mouck,
F.; second, tlhirxl, . 227
14. Pole Vault Mrst, Mouck; bec
ond, Berry. 7 feet 4. inch.
15. 220 yard Hurdlr Frerflnneu by
default. , ;
The Delinn society held its aiunual
Thanksgiving "feed" on Wednesday
night in their Jiall. 'Hiere were about
fifty members present and a most en
joyable time w.w reMrtcd. Tlio eve
ning was spent In Wiving nn. old
fashioned pood time. 0me and songs
eie miiiiiirwi III lliiMl a lato llionr.
when attention -vvtis turned to the gool
till I nigs whlcfli tflie girls had prepared
nml all kept themselves busy until the
janitor came nnd turned off tlio 'llguts.
A numlwr of University people have
recently been Invited 1o join the Pat
riarchs, among others, Prof, nnd Mrs.
Kimball; Prcf. nnd Mrs. W. F. Taylor;
Prof, and Mis. Fling nnd II. G. Shedd.
iw i. nu ouv en. nu tnuoini'llilli
vv perRons In tblH stnto to mnnne our busi
ness In their own nnd nearby counties. UIh
mnlnlv onice work conduutod nt homo. Bnlnry
strolKht 900 a year nnd oxpensos detlnlto
ponnllue. no more, no less snlnry. Monthly
875. Ueforences. Enoloso solf.nddressed
stamped enveloiw, Uerbert E. Hess. I'rost.
tEPAMrm.-'Ti amrcinir mtM.niniMn.11.1...
dm m fflpn i on
lILdlll. UmwUmmIamIJ Ul UU'
RSShSS FOR MEN
Strictly up-to-Duto stylus in Men's Furnishing Goods,
all the now colorings, designs and shapes in Scarfs.
Stylish Collars and Gulfs, and "proper" shirts. Tho
best obtainable values in Underwear.
MEN'S FINE NECKWEHR
Swell Shapes and Elegant Designs.
iMon's Now Putf Scarfs at 25c, 50c and 1 00
iMon's Club Ties at 25c and 50
Mon's Mulllors at 50c, 75c and $1 00
Moh's Band Bows from 25c to 50c
Mon's 'i-Ply Collars, each oc
Men's Kany Satocn Night Shirts from $1 00 to $2 00
Mon's Suspenders at 25c, 5Uc, 75c and upwards
Our assortment of Mon's Underwear comprisos
all tho loading makes and qualitios, and the values
wo offer aro unniatchable. All kinds but tho
poor kind. The prices ranges, per suit, 50c,
90c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.50, $4.50 and upward to
PPOLSMIEB & GO.
before you tie up
OUR WAGONS GALL ANYWHEBE-ANY THE..
YOU TRAVEL ALWAYS
To OMAHA All points east.
KANSAS CITY east and south.
DENVER and all Colorado points.
OGDEN and SALT LAKE.
BUTTE and HELENA.
SAN FRANCISCO and LOS ANGELES,
Has the Best Modern Equipment.
Pullman Palace and Tourist Sleepers.
Dining and Free Reclining Chair Cars.
For Time Schedules, Tickets, Reservations of Berths, Call or Address,
E. B. SLOSSON, Gen. Agt 1044 O St., J. T. MASTIN, C. T. A.
H. G. BURT, Pres., E. DICKINSON, Gon. Mgr., E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.
For Style, Quality and Price
TAILOR MADE GOODS
NEBRASKA PANTS & SUIT COMPANY,
143 N. 13th St. - Oliver Theatre Building.
with any laundry.
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