-The· Dally . Maroon Published Afternoons by. the Students of the UniTersity of Chicago During the Pour Quarters of the University Year VOL. II. No� 42 PRICE THREE CENTS CHICAGO, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30t 1903 \ . ;- TO ADOPT HONOR· SYSTEM Stanford University Planning .to Give Under&raduates CoJi� trol of Student Conduct Northwestern University Men Petition Faculty to Provide Student Club House - College News The student-body at Stanford has be­ gun the consideration of adopting the honor system, which has long been in successful operation at Princeton and a few other eastern universities. The plan provides for the removal of matters of discipline from the faculty into the hands of the students. This applies especially to the matter of cheating or •. cribbing" in examinations. Under this scheme the professors and instructors would be re­ lieved of the burden of detecting students who use un·fair methods in examinations, and the students would be placed strictly upon their honor. The students them­ selves would detect and punish by dis­ missal from college any of their class­ mates who received aid or employed other dishonest means in examinations. A thorough discussion. has begun and the measure will probably be voted upon at the student-body election in December. The students at Northwestern Univer­ sity are urging the faculty to purchase the old Evanston boat club and turn it into a students' club and commons. It is felt that a place of meting for the whole stu­ dent-body would give great impetus to the consolidation of Northwestern spirit. At present there is no place where the men can assemble. Th projectors of the new plan feel their efforts may be sue­ 'cessful. The Medical building at the University of Minnesota has become the point of attack of a band of sneak theives - who within the last few days have taken six overcoats and $50 belonging to :studeJlts. The Dramatic Club at Brown Univer­ sity has chosen Sheridan's .. Rivals" for its Spring presentation. � ow that the women in the Eriglish classes at Northwestern University have exhausted their adjectives describing man's vanity and general worthlessness the men have entered the adjective hurling contest by declaring the women to be .• silly, gossipy, insipid, and the possessors of cat-like hair and Jersey-co.w eyes." The total registration at Harvard is 4,291• ANNUAL HOME CONCERT DECEM�ER � 1 ·Glee and Mandolin Clubs Said to be Better Than Ever Before . - As a social event of the se�s�n at the .Univcrsity will be the Glee and Mandolin .: Cluh concert and dance in Mandel Hall _on Friday evening, December IJ, at 8 o'clock, The auditorium will be appropri­ ':ltdy decorated with banners and flowers. .The Lawrence orchestra of twelve pieces will play before the program and during ·the intermission. The musical clubs of the last few years have not had the proper incentive to bring out" the best talent in the University, and. . for that reason attendance at their eon­ certs has sometimes ·been regarded as an obligation rather th .. n as a pleasure. This year, however, competitio.n has been un­ usually keen, due to the assurance of a holiday trip through the West. Thus the cone-crt of this year promises to be one that will remain promincnt in the annals of thc University. After the program. the other buildings of the Tower Group will he Qpened to. thosc attcnding the cnncert. The Orchestra ",·ill pmy in Hutchinso.n Hall until 12 fnr dancing-. and the ReynQlds Club will he at the disposal o£ thc aurucncc as it wilt be .• l.a(li(:s Xight,'· It is hnped that the student-bQdy wilt fill the hall. The cluh::. leave on their ... estcrn trip thc next week and they should hc �ivcn a �no.d send·o.ff. )Iemhcrs of the halls and societies of the University are upected to take hlocks of seats for themselves and their friends. 1903 FOOTBALL SEASON ENDED Princeton Wins Eastern Championshp­ Western Undecided - West Conceded Place on All-American Team The football season of 1903 has ended with the eastern championship in the hands of Princeton and the western undecided. Michigan and Minnesota. both claim the western honors and both of the claims :ire good. X 0 settlement is possible as both teams have disbanded. Chicago, through her reversal of form, lost all claim to the leadership and shares the second ponors with Xorthwcstern. Wisconsin fell by the wayside, not winning one oi her big games. The other teams in the big nine follow with Indiana leading. • • • During the season of 1903 the \Vest was pitted against the 'East. In one case; that of Chicago, the showing was excel­ lent. The showing of Northwestern against the Indians was not so good and the red men had an easy time. The an­ nual high-school game between the repre­ sentatives of Greater New York and Chi­ cago resulted in a disaster for the East­ erners. Captain Steffens and - his team from North Division High, ran all over the boys of Gotham. The work of the high­ school boys created the same sort of sur­ prise that the Maroons did at West Point. They were fast and versatile. Their num­ ber of plays to the minute outnumbered their opponents greatly and their work was a revelation. • • * TO GUARD AGAI NST TYPHOID Bulletin Issued by University Authorities Requestinst Students to Avoid Boarding Houses Where Unfiltered Water Is Used As a warning to guard against an epidemic of typhoid {ever the following printed notices were distributed among the students this morning: Every year there is a certain number of cases of typhoid fever among the stu­ dents. It has been extremely rare for a case to develop among students who have been rooming in the dormitories; nearly all the cases having been among those who have used raw lake water for drinking, outside of the University grounds. All the water used in the University for drinking purposes, in the Commons and in the different halls, is both boiled and filtered. Raw lake uiatcr used for drinking is al- 7('Q),S a source of danger. Proprietors of certain hoarding houses have told their . student boarders that they boil or filter their drinking water, when we have very good reason to believe that such state­ ments have been false. The University asks every student, boarding outside the University grounds, to make this a personal matter, and to board only at places where they' can be as­ sured that this will be done. \Vll;LlAM R. HARPER, President of tile University. CUARLES P. SMALL, M.D., .. Uni7:crsity Physician_ November 30, J903. '06 WIN INTER-:ClASS GAME Sophomores Show Unexpected Strength . and lIrIake 11 as Against 0 For '07 In one of the best inter-class games ever seen on Marshall Field, the sopho­ more team defeated the representatives of the- Class 'of '07 by a .score of I·i· to 0 . last _. \Vednesday afternoon.· .During the whole __ of. the first, half. thcr ball see-sawed back and forth in the 'middle- of the field. At the -b�nning of .the second half, the freshmen secured the ball on the kick-off, and for a few minutes it looked as if a straight march for the goal would be made. But the sophomores stopped the rush at the '01, forty-yard line and got the ball· on downs. �. They too gained fOT· a time, but finally were forced to punt. The freshmen secured the ball on their five-yard line and at 'once punted out of danger. The kick Was a short one, and Cobb, the '06 backfield- man. heeled the baIl and called for a . fair catch. 'He was tackled, however, and as a consequence the freshmen were penalized fifteen yards, and a. . free kick given the sophs. Garnett �ad� - a fine· -goal: -�;'d- th� . score was, :Sophomores 5, Freshmen o. l The other score of the second-year men �as_-ihe -resllft-oC--a consistentTine buck­ jingO 'march -oF over- fifty yards in which �gain Garnett, the �06 captain was easily �hc star. ; SKATING IN SOUTH PARKS TODAY ., FOR CHI C AGO I W ILL" Loyal Chicago Men in Massmeeting Express Confidence and Hope In Chicago and the Team Stagg Is Praised and Tone of the Speeches Is That of Unbroken and Unconquerable Spirit .. For Chicago I will!" The men of the University garnered in Kent Theater this morning, and the spirit of the meeting, one of unshaken confidence in Chicago's ath­ letic future, one of determination to make that future atone for past defeats, is ex­ pressed in the words proposed by Herbert E. Fleming as a motto to go over the door of the Gymnasium rubbing room -" For Chicago I will!" The rnassmeeting began with singing of ., Alma Mater," and then Clyde Blair, with a few words saying that Chicago students' attitude must not be that of .. knockers," introduced •• a man who led massmeetings in a season when Chicago never won an important victory, Herbert E. Fleming." Fleming said: :� Chicago is not dead yet, and we have fifteen minutes in which to. prove it. \Ve must carry away .from this massmeting that • I will' spirit Chi­ cago has for the men who played Thurs­ day a genuine, sincere consideration. We have another year before us, and that year must be our best. \Ve honor -Michigan men for their great victory, and as a great University, but in 1900 we whipped Michigan when we could not whip any­ one else. Now I want to introduce a man who has backed the team throughout the season, both in THE DAILY MAROON and elsewhere." In response Harry W. Ford told the massmeeting what Assistant Coach" Jim­ my" Sheldon said after the game: ., It was' not' the Old Man's - faulL" . "-Sheldon said,," continued Mr. Ford, .. that the .men were coached in an offense that could have tom up the middle of Michigan's line, and a defense that could have broken up Michi­ gan's wing shifts." Then Ford spoke of the Old Man. .• I have met all the coaches in the West this year at various times, but I want to say that in all the qualities that are truest, and manliest in men, Stagg is head and shoulders above them all. At dinner Thursday night after the game a Michigan man who knows more of the history and theory of football than any man in the West said to me: • Yes, Yost is a great coach but when all is said, Chicago has the only coach. Give Stagg the same amount of material that ): ost has every year and Stagg will win nine times out of ten.' The only way to explain Thurs:. day's defeat is by saying that most of our men had an off day. But that is past. With us in the present we have the Ies­ sons of the past. Profiting by these les­ sons we look forward to a glorious fu­ ture. We play Michigan again next year. \< e CA:-'; beat �Iichigan. The men on �Iiehigan's team are no more than men, and Yost is a mortal. Chicago can wi;' next year. Let's work and work and work with that end in view." Lee Maxwell next spoke: .. The best thing to do is to say little and work hard for thc future. One thing we have to be thankful for, and that is that Thursday's defeat is no fault of the coaching. The men aren't offering any excuses, nor do we deserve to have any made for us, but we're going to. go. ahead with more deter­ mination to. beat Michigan next year." Clyrle Blair urged upon the students the necessity of working for the track team. .. \Vc have two indoor meets 'with Michi­ �an, a dual outdoor meet, and thc co.n­ ference mcet. Xo.t only do we want to beat )Iiehigan. hut cvery Qther co.llege as well." Then )1 r. Fleming proposed that a col­ lection be taken up for the sign .. For Chi­ cago I will," and with a .. Chicago!" the meeting �'as over. The collection, for the sign, taken up at the do.nr amnunted to $aj.57. You shQuld he a subscriber to TifF. DAILY 'MAROON. if you are not one. On the All-American team this' year will probably be one western man, that man is Heston, the Michigan wonder. Walter Camp considers him the peer of any halfback in the country. But it is thought that Mr. Camp could find more western material for his All-American team in such men as Maddock, of Michi-. gan, . or Schaltz, of Minnesota, Eckersall, of Chicago, or Harris, of Minnesota. It is' not thought ·'that Eckersall is the. -�r of either Harris or Roc�ell of yate·in running a team, but the Maroon quarter's ability as a kicker and in handling punts, coupled with his wonderful speed and ac­ curacy in passing the ball, has made him the choice of many of the men who picked All- Western teams this year. Harris is also a great quarterback. He is a think­ ing player and runs his team in great form. He was picked as substitute All­ Western quarter. Rockwell, of Yale, stands alone in the East. - He: has· demon­ strated that he is a great player- and has kept the Yale team driving in every game. Besides his ability as a field-general he is also good at running back kicks and get­ ting into, the interference, .The unbiased critics in the East will have their lraIlds iull maicing selections this year as the material is of -high quality. •. • • • The condition of Professor Stagg.' was much improved this morning. He is still very weak and his ears are giving him much pain. No complications of the. chest are expected to arise, and his feyer has diminished. It will be about a week -be­ fore �Ir. Stagg will be. able to leave, 'the house. * * • Now that Chicago has been beaten and beaten badly it is not the proper " spirit for the students of this Univer$ity� to join the "All-Western-society of knockers." Since Thursday a gloom that is depressing has hovered over the campus. Last .'year we looked forward to. this year •. This year we can look forward to next with even brighter prospect!'. }{istakes were made. the team did not playas they sbould and some of the men did not do. all that was expected of them. But with all this, instead of registering a general ,,-ail of anjmish, let every Chicago man who thinks the team did not playas they should, get out next fall. don a suit of moleskins, and demonstrate to the \Vest how the game is really played. * • The Coo;' County Hi�h School football champinnship is still in douht as a result of the H)'dc Park-En�lewood game of last Saturday. in which the latter won by the closc scnrc of 5 to o. Thc strQng soow­ in� of the Hyde Park team was a great surprise. :md the sco.re has been a 1000rce of great disappnintment to the Engle1VOod players. As Englewo.o.d and �Qrth Divi­ sinn arc thc two. teams still undefeated in the high-school league. a post-season game has becn a:nnged between them which will he played Saturday. - -:I'oboggan Slides in the Parks Ready For . Use Tomorrow Skating in the parks will not be offi­ cially opened to the public by the South Park Commissioners until the ice has been cleared and put into good condition, but ·any who. go to Washington or Jackson Parks �ill find skating there. Reports say that in the last few days, when certain Chicago football heroes have taken part in the sport in the parks, such crowds of admirers have collected about them as to make it necessary for the police to drive them from the ice to prevent disaster. The central lagoon on the Midway is being flonded and will douhtless afford j;nQd sKatiri�. There has been some delay in thc erec­ tion . of the public to.boggan slides, out the authorities say they will be r�ady by tnmorro.w. The conditions go.verning their use will he those givcn in a previo.us issue o.f Tmt DAILY MAkOO:'O: the charge for _ use of the public toboggans win be twenty-five cents per bour; use of the slide will be gr.lDted free Qf charge to th08e who hring tneir own toOoggans. The slide at Wood­ lawn avenue Qn the "Iidway is. however, to. he used only by juvenilcs and not by students as was previously stated. CHICAGO, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1903 The Daily Maroon Formerly tbe Unlvenity of Cbicaeo Weekly. POUMDItD Ttw- Univenity of Cbicaeo Weekly . October I, 1892 THIt DAILY MAROON - October I. 10M l'fBWS COl'fTRIBUTIOl'fS RBQUBSTBD. Published by the students of tbe University of Chi­ c:aeo every afternoon.except Saturday an� Sunday, dur­ ine the 46 weeks of the Univenlty year. Fint board of editors and business manaeer authorized by student·body in mass meetine May IS. l!pl. Membersbip on subsequeee bcJards of editors to be detennlned by competition open 10 all students in the U.iversity. BOARD OF BDITORS i I i I ,I II 'I 1 j I i 1 I I I I, I 1 Muqin¥ Editor . . - Ouvall B. WVIIAJf News Editor . . . - HAIlIIY \V. FOKD Athletic Editor WALTltK L. GIIEGORY ASSOC'AT1! I':OrTORK THADDEUS J. MKKKILL EDWAlD M. KER'W1N ERNEST J. STEVENS ALBEKT \V. SHEREK RALPH P. MULVANE LERoy A. V ANPATJ'ItM AUSTtN A. HA\'[lEN WOIIAN EDITORS MISS LENA HARKIS MISS ANNA FLOYD STA.... 0.. aJtPORTKRS E. R. GANNON �. S. WRIGHT R. H. ALLItM . V. HICKEY W. J. CUPI'Y HOMAS MEEK MISS HELEM SMITH BUSIl'fESS STAFF THE DAILY MAROON THE MONTHLY PtlAaooM BUlIiness Mal13eer JUUEN 1.. BaaDE Advertisine Manaeer lAMES D. Fl.OOD Dally Subscription, $3 per yearl $1 for 3 months. By Mallin city 14 per year I $1.25 for 3 months. Subscnptlons receiYed at • The Maroon" Ollice. Ellis Hall. or left in The Maroon" BoK. the Fa�ult}' ExchanE. Cobb Hall "rinted by the Uninn'ty of Chkaco Press EDITORIALS T.HE DAILV MAROON'S telephone number is Hyde Park 426; on the locar University switchboard, 45. Call up the office and give us any items which you think interesting. The paper belongs to everyone in any way connected with the Univer­ sity, and to make it representative we need the help of everyone about the campus. \Ve also have a box in the faculty exchange in Cobb Hall, Call us up or write us a letter. Chicago is now facing somewhat of a crisis in her athletic situation. At least a crisis in that there is a pos­ sibility of a display of indifference on the part of the student-body, or, again, in that there is a possibility of a display of "knockerish'" spirit after the defeat of the team. Chicago men must be alive to the situation that is confronting us. It is little less than criminal to allow a feeling of disinterest toward future Chicago teams to manifest itself. It is only disorganizing to assume a fault-find­ ing attitude toward the present ath­ letic authorities. Have some definite constructive policy to follow and prove that you are a Chicago man by showing an even stronger interest in Chicago teams when we are defeated than when we are victors. I I I " If yon are not receiving THE DAILY MAROON regularly, do not fail to send notice of the same to THE MAROON office. If you cannot come to the office call us by tele­ phone. Call up 426 Hyde Park, the University number, and ask for 45, THE DAILY MAROON office. G}U�GOYCEbbES A THANKSGIVING REVERIE Tonight as the sun is dying \Vith its cheerless, crimson glow I hear an echo crying .. Ha, Ha, I told you so! .. • • IS GREECE Pray .. There's no one near \\'ho can see us, dear, give me a kiss" : quoth She gently cooed: .. Sweetheart, I would, fear the Aegean seas." • • But I .. \V c really ought to say we fed a maising blue about the :Michigan game - but what's the use? • • • And now the football hero can eat fudge with impunity. ! he. Imported Opera Hats $6 I have just receiTed direct from Paris a big lot, of 01'TER1lllAN OPERA HATS, regular nlue '10, my price 16 ARTHUR FEILCHENFELD Fisher Buildin, 81 and 83 E. VanBuren St. AN ARROW HlT- CANT AB-"A" MADE IN QUARTER SIZES 16 CTS .EACH OR TWO FOR 25 CT8. CLUETT, PEABODY &. CO., MAxua O'MEARA BROTHERS' HOME BAKERY (Phone 1646 Hyde Park) All Ooods Strictly Home-Made C] Co The business men who advertise in TIlE DAILY MAROOS are among the most re­ liable in the city. When you follow our .. ads" you make no mistake. Patronize the men who tell you about their goods in our columns and in doing so kindly men­ tion J 1IF. J.)AILY MAROON. Subscribers to THE DAILY MAROON and to The Monthly Maroon are requested to call at the MAROO!l office as soon as p0s­ sible and settle for their subscriptions. If you like to wear your gloves long, wear Fownes Gloves They wear longer. It Pays to Advertise in the Maroon. "Don't trifle with you r fa c e." Use Williams' Shaving Stick. A. J. CORNELL Merchant . Tazlor 633 CIJicacu Siock Exc/ran!:c Buildin!: lVasIJi"gfon and LaSallc Sis. Orders taken for Ice Cream and Ices. Goods delivered 278 East Fifty·flfth street. TEXT=BOOKS New and Second-Hand Bought and Sold HALL « McCREARY 261 Wabash Ave. BOOKs New and second- hand for University and Hieh School. Educational books eenerally. HEWITT·S, 415:E. 57th St. Dudley's Pool &. Billiard Hall 429 55TH STREET Pool. 2� cts, cue Billiard, 40 cts, per hour DANCE- PR06RAMS WILLIAM SAGE & CO. REGISTERED PHARMACISTS Fraternity Stationery. Invitations. etc. Lowest Prices DUNWEU &: fORD. file Stationers 17,1 WABASH AVE. 391 E. 55th St .. cor. 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The announcements of courses for the Winter Quarter are to be ready today and may be obtained at the Information Office. The Omega chapter of Psi Upsilon gave its thirteenth informal dancing party at the chapter. house. 6106 Woodlawn ave­ nue. last Saturday evening. Misses Margaret Crofoot. Ruth Cohen. Helen Hughes. Deo Whittlesey. Eleanore Doherty. and Pearl Hood were guests of friends in Beecher during Thanksgiving. Dean and Mrs. Miller assisted by Miss Day. Miss Chamberlain and Mr. Cham­ herlain gave a party for the Beecher girls Thanksgiving evening, The principal amusement was depicting scenes in Dr. Miller's life. were present. characteristic About thirty Sigma Xi Elections At the annual election of the Chicago chapter of the Society of Sigma Xi. held on November 23. the following members of the University were elected to mem­ bership in the society. Messrs. H. H. Barrows. Rollin T. Chamberlin. Dr. N. M. Fennernan, Dr. J. P. Goode. Frank E. Lutz. Dr. C. F. Millespaugh, John W. Scott. George W. Winchester. Leslie Wood. Robert B. Wylie, and Miss Evelyn S. Hayden. Meeting of Reynolds Club Committees The secretary of the Reynolds Club has called a meeting of the members elect of the membership and house committees of the Club for 7: 30 \Vednesday evening. in the Club House. The meeting is for the purpose of organization. Victorious Michigan Remembers Stagg Michigan men at the Chicago Beach Hotel after the game took up a collection to buy a huge bouquet for Coach Stagg. Thinking. however. that Stagg might mis­ construe the spirit of their gift they de­ cided not to send the flowers. Dr. Ray­ croft told Stagg what the Michigan men had done and the Old Man was greatly pleased to know of the spirit which prompted the Michigan men to remember him. A remarkable display of constancy was exhibited by a class in argumentation at the University of California last Tuesday. \Vhen the- class assembled the professor who has it in charge was not present. In­ stead of departing in peace as would an ordinary class the interested students con­ ducted their own recitation for the hour. Eighty-seven men are out for practice for the basket-ball team at Harvard. JOEJ. LEWIS w. L. McNEVIN J1. J1. CORRECT J1. J1. After a short business meeting of the Southern Club in Beecher last Saturday evening a social hour was spent in games and dancing. Among those present were: Misses Snow, Walker, Gorsuch. Crumpton. Vance, Jordan, Nichols, Shouse. Hearen, Weakly, Nors, Hopps, and Stallworth. Messrs. Webb, Smith. E. Gorsuch. Bynum. A. L. Hopkins, J. Hopkins. Emmons. Dodd. Royster and Lanck, For School of Education Students A bureau of information and a faculty exchange is being established in the School of Education on the Midway. Felix T. Hughes, of the University, has been made manager of office, and expects to run it on much the same plan as is the one in Cohb Hall. At present the' office is situated in a small room at right of the north entrance of the building, but when things are in better running order more roomy quarters will be provided. There are four people now in the office assisting Mr. Hughes _at different times of the day. LEWIS & McNEVIN F.aslzionahle_ T.ailors Fo,. -College Men PHONE-HYDE PARK 1080. 413 East Fifty-Fifth St. Chicago MacDonald Be Spann You hear it all around, Make the snappiest clothes in town 185 Dearborn Street Adams Express Bldg. 4th Floor The business men who advertise in THE DAILY MAROON are among the most re­ liable _ in the city. When you follow our .. ads" you make no mistake. Patronize the men who tell you about their goods i.: our columns and in doing so kindly men­ tion THE - •• ILY ..... AROON. Nearest Drug Store to the University KRIZAN & SCHWEITZER Telephone Hyde Park 1854 Corner Fifty-Seventh Street and Kimbark Avenue Suits and Overcoats Excellent Values at $20 TYPEWRITERS ONE-HALF PRICE Send for our hst of special bargains in all makes of Standard typewriters. Full line of supplies. Machines for rent $2 to $3 per month. C. R. CARPENTER. 103 Jack50n Boulevard KIMBALL BALL 243 Wabash Ave. Special/.: �!e. I�� l\oorSru:d.�oS' u. of C. Original Ideas and Studen t s Exclusive Styles in Photographs E. BURNHAM HAIR.OOODS ELECTROLYSIS Facial Massaee, Manicurin�. Ladies' Hair Drc:s!'line and Manicurine. Ladies' Turkish and Russian Baths. 70 and 72 State st. Chicago Bowman Dairy Go. OUR MILK is Bottled in the Country All the approved styles, materials, and patterns, are now well represented in our large new section - which is a store in itself-in size, quantity, variety and volume of business. Suits for business-suits for dress and service -suits for all occasions-are well represented here. Incorporated 1903 Fashionable Fall Suits $20: Consisting of all the finest tailor fabrics in tweeds and cheviots and dark mixtures, and the new gray plaid effects in smooth worsteds, imported hlack thibet cloths and blue serges; cut on our new models. in single and double-brcas .. ted styles. Equal in every respect to the regular 535 and $40 merchant tailor garments; sizes to tit men of almost any proportion; special values at $20. Stylish Fall Overcoats, $20: Cut in the medium length and extra 10nR' coats, handsomely lined and custom tailored throughout. The materials arc in dark Oxfords and English coatings, with a liberal variety of plain black cloths. They arc the grc;(test value in fine fall overcoats that have ever been offered. All cut with large roomy fullness and snug collar with broad-shoulder effect. Very special at $20. oj ;�: SCHLESINGER & MAYER A. A. DEVORE & SON TAILORS Pullman Building We make a specialty of high grade: Dress Suits lor young men. College Inn SherDlan House Decorated with the colors and seals of the principal colleges and universities of America Table d'Hote Dinner. with wine, 60 cents; every evening from 6 to 8. Best after-theatre service. The Sherman House is the most popular place in Chicago for banquetsts and dinner parties, IIYDE PARE .AlID CBlCAGO BUCH 8T.&BLBa J. H. KINTZ (noPJUlITOa) Jackson Park Stables 2'13 But Pifty·8nntll Street TeJ., Hyde Park 552 CHIC.A.Q. PRESCRIPTIONS RELIABLE PHARMACY ROSALIE PHARMAGY J. J. GILL, CAIeIIIst .. .....-..st hole dr. hrt 175 274 L 57 .. St.. ... W ... A ... W H Y use poor. unwholesome milk, wh� for the same .. 011ey you ('lin ret It Pare • .!weet, and E�" _rlly R:cb, delivered in sealed bottles, by call� up Telephone South 817, or droppl� a �tal to SIDNEY WANZER & SONS 305 Thirtieth st. CHI9A�O, 1\�9N J?� �,�9VEMJ3ER 30, 1�03 I� PRESIDENT Suspenders work in perfect harmon;, with the wearer-. -every movemenL Comfort. .: St;,le and Senrice ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED Trimmings cannot rust. Prtee soe and $1.00, any .tore or mall, prepa1cL THE C. A. F.DGA.RTON MFG. co.. Boll: 29H Sblrl�7, __ � .,: ,. ART CALENDAR Four graceful poses from tlfe; figures ten Inches high, reproduced in colors by a ,Process far su­ perior to last year's calendar. HIghest example of lithographic art. "":_raE ONLY W'AY" to own one of these beautiful calendars is to send twenty-five cents with name of publication in which vou read this advertisement, to GEO. J. CHARLTON, Gen'l Passenger Agent, Chicago & Alton Railway, CHICAGO. ILL. The best railway line between CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY IIIKI PEORI": Take the "Alton" to the St. Louis \Vorld's Fair, 1904. FRED J. HAMILL MUSIC CO •. • Sheet Music Cheaper than you eVer bought it be{orc Steinway Hall 17-21 VanBuren Street Take·eleTator to our Dew salesroom Don't Confound OUR Laundr7 Work With that of others One trial will show you the difference Discount to Students METROPOLE HAND LAUNDRY Phone Hvde Park senl 2<4Q E. ssth St. A MUS E MEN T S GARRICK Formerly Dearborn Theater Phone Ceatral �608 MESSRS. SHUBERT. Man:\£ers TERRIFIC HIT MARIE CAHILL -IN- U NANCY BROWN" Where the laugh comes from. , STUDEBAKER Ev·gsat8:Is;Pop.Mat. Wed. 7Sc. Soc, and 2SC . . Third'Veelc-OperaticTcstival _. . . :Mr. Beary W. Sav:ll:e offers Gnand Opera iD EDglish. Monday and Friday eveaill2s and Wcdnaday �btinee - TOSCA; Tuesday and Thursday' eveni�s and Satur­ day Matinee - LOHENGRIN; Wedn�ay and Saturday C'"eninp-MARTHA. Last \Veek-Faust. Tanbau<oCr. Bohemian Girl GREAT NORTH E RN TONIGHT OEOROE SIDNEY In BUSY IllY A big company-cmosrly 2irl1' . \ !. LaSalle Theater m:�sc: �.�� 1116 Thft •• 1 CHICAGO'S OWN ISLE OF SPICE ILLINOIS THEATER" Eveninrs at 8 except Sv1lday . Wedne-day and Saturday Matinees at It STEPHEN PHILLIP'S � Ulysses IRIQUOIS THEATER RaDdolpb Street, betwee1I Deatbom and State Streets --MR. BLUEBEARD-- ETCrT nmill2.' 8. WcdaeIcIay aDd Saturdlly :\Iati· nees at 2. ; i L t J I I NOTICES I 'I Students and faculty members are requested to sead all notices to THE DAILY MAaooN for publication free of charee. Notices mUll be left at THIl MA800N office or Faculty ExchaDi:e before 11:00 A.II. Monday, Xovember 30.-l-:ew Testa­ ment Club, S. Divinity Parlor, 7: 30 p. m. .• The Use of the Bible for Practical Ends," Assistant Professor Votaw . . Tuesday, December I.-Botanical Club, 5 p. m., room I J, Botany. .. Researches on Clodia," by )lr. Wylie; .• Goebel and the Munich Botanists," by Dr. Anderson. Freshman Debating Club, at 7: 30 in Lexington Hall. Thursday, December 3.-Le Cercle de conversation Francaise du departernent .des langues Romanes sc reunit :i 4 heures a Spelman House, Lexington Hall. Economics Club, Cobb 3C, 7: 30 p. m. .. Currency Reform," Mr. J. L. Lewin­ sohn. Friday, December 4.-�lathematical Club, Ryerson 35, at 4 p. m, Sunday, December 6.-University Reli­ gious Services, Mandel Hall at 1 I a. m. Rev. Dr. Edward Braislin, University preacher. Stat.,. Adazns and Dearborn St •• BELTED,' OVER­ COATS FOR MEN Price only $12.75 Overcoats belted in the back are ex­ ceedingly popular this season, particularly with young men. Most of them are made so you can take the belt off very easily if you choose. \Ve show some splendid values at different prices, but particularly at $12.75. At that price you may choose from about a dozen different patterns.' Some are as Scotchy as you may wish, while others are more quiet in pattern. All are cut full lengths, and all sizes from 34 to 44. Ask for The Mansfield belt coat, you can make no mistake if you buy this style. Want Stetson Money call A. LIPMAN If You 99 Baat Madison at. Diamonds. Watches, Jewelry, and ADtiques.-for sale; Old Gold and Silver BOUIlht on University _ Affiliated 'With The Unlberslty of Chicago Students may work during the winter quarter at Stetson and receive their credits· at Chicago. The equipment for work is good. At Stetson there. is no snow, no frozetl ground or mud. For reaea.tion, besides regular college athletics, there are fine opportunities for driving, bicycling, hunting, boating, and fishing. Expenses, including railroad fare, are not much in acess of those at Chicago. For catalog, and further informa- tion, address the Presiden4 DEAN C. S. F AR.RISS, DeLand, Fla. THE ILLINOIS WAREHOUSE ant! STORAGE COMPANY 'Pbone, Hyde Park 57. KIMBARK AVE. and PIPTY-SIXTH ST. The Cleanest and Best Kept Storage Warehouse in the City W. T. DBLIBAKT President M. C. O'DOln'lBLL Secretary $5.00 per ton $5.00 per ton - Meerschaum, Briar, and Amber Goods Pipe Repairing, Boiling, and Mounting a Specialty FRED REINER, 112 E. Randolph St. A. 6. SPALDIN6 (\ BROS: OFFICIAL Foot Ball Supplies Are made in accordance with official rules. Spalding's handsomely illustrated catalogue of Fall and Winter Sports containing all the new things in loot ball will be sent free to any address. Spalding's Official Foot Ball Guide. con­ taining the new rules, Pcr copy, 10 cents. How to Play Foot Ball. By Walter Camp New edition. Per copy ,10 cents. . ALBERT TEBO -­ Treasurer Standard W ashed Co� C_�mp�y 303 Dearborn Street Standard Egg Washed Range c - STANDARD WASHED COAL FOR DOMESTIC USE Washed Chestnut. - $4.50 per ton Waahed Pea - 14.�5 per ton DENTIST 369-1! 63!f STREET Ta.EPHOII£ Hyde Part 1196 Notice.-Christmas is coming -Martyn, Maroon Studio, 5705 Cottage Grove­ wash drawing platinum portraits, Collodio­ Carbon. Special rates to students. Of Interest to Our Readers The University Pl:annacy carries a com­ plete line of cold weather remedies. 560 Fifty-fifth street. If you want a position to teach, call on or write to James F. McCullough, 639 Fine Arts Building, Chicago. r-or Rent - A pleasant front room with alcove; also a cheap single room. 5747 vrexel avenue, second floor. If you desire to earn money selling col­ lege specialties, call at 41 I E. Fifty­ seventh street and find out about it. For Rent - Furnished rooms, 5815 Drexel avenue, first flat, two large, light, nicely furnished rooms. New furniture, modern, reasonable. Young ladies I I· do shampooing, scalp treatment and fac-e massage at your rooms. Price Soc. Mrs. Jennie A. Barnard, 5509 Greenwood avenue. Tel. 6S 1 7 Hyde Park. 581 s. Drexel avenue, first flat. Parlor 'and bed-room nicely furnished, bright, sunny rooms; all modern conveniences; reasonable price .. Lovely, sunny, steam-heated- rooms. Pri­ vate. Every comfort. Board if desired. 5828 Ingleside. Opposite Cobb Hall. For Rent.-Furnished rooms; also use of piano. 5829 Jackson ave., second flat. Owing to the constantly growing de­ mands fOI our tailoring, we have disposed of our Gents' Furnishing Department, and now exhibit a fuller line of woolens. We also press, clean, repair and dye ladies' and gents' garments. Famous Tailoring Company 346 E. Fiftv-fifth st. 'Phone, Hvde Park S70 The business men who advertise in TilE Dxn.v l\L\ROO� are among the-most re­ liable in the city. When you follow out .. ads " you make no mistake. Patronize the men WIIO tell you about their goods in our columns and in doing so kindly men­ tion TIn: ,AlLY l\I"ROO�. LIBBY'S Natural Flavor Food Products are U.8. G<mmIm8l'Unwpeeted. Tbe.bol_,m .. r:;=�::�;����e!: f�n�� kll700M1linR can •• A IInppl, on J'OQr pantlT "bel..- =�::l"'.::����a�tJ�= :!!k�;!� ��� n��,,��·�r.t.al��'1r �:;r.d f .... for JO _ca JIOItace. UBBY, McNEILL 4: LlBBV. CHICAGO. . , Furniture and Pianos Moved. Stored. Packed and Shipped to· all parts 01 the world. 300 Private Storaze Rooaas. Larre Parlor .EzciasiTely lot Pianos. ROOII\s for Trunks and Wheels, Lal'2e R:::;::;. !or Can;� Bu�ies, aDd Slei2hs. TRUNKS TO AIm FRO. ALL DEPOTS. ; Local traasfers for BaU� Fanuture, �ckllEes, ese., at short notice. i w- S�l Attention Given to University Orden. A. G. SPALDING & BROS.' John B.