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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
g PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Offlce 1100
O Streot, Rooms 212-213-214 Rich
ards Block, Telephono 533. Rosidenco,
1310 Q Streot, Tclophono L084.
DR. BENJ. F. BAILEY; Dr. May
Louifio Flanagnn; Ofllco, 141 South
12th Stroot. Tolophono G18.
LI DAVIS. I). D. S., Dentist.
e Ilridge and Crow n work. Oflicc
room 7, over RocU Island ticket oflicc.
Compliments of the
NEW LINCOLN BOWLING ALLEY
to the 1'nivorsity students. Football
team especially invited to call and en
joy a nice clean entertainment and
healthful exercise Club rates given.
.John S. Cain, Propr., 13 1 South Tenth.
When in need of tailoring-, repairing
or cleaning in Iho clothing line that
C. EHLERSIstlic man
For the benefit of thoso new students
who dont know, his address is north
west cor 11th and O, room I, up stairs
Uncalled For Shirts
HARPER, Tho Shirt Maker, lor.' o St.
he sure it is right in price,
too, from G. RfWolf & Co.
1039 O Street
A Close Shave
A hair cut, or anything else
you want a barber to do for
you, at the
Y. M. ( A. Baiihek Shop,
13TH AND P STREETS.
1230 () St., unci you will wear
a smile. Commutation tickets at a dis
We are making a spec
ial this month on
lg Investigation means a gj
ffjj purchaser. Every g
jg purchase here carries g
P with it absolute satis- g
i faction, &
1 F. E. VOELKER, I
Twelfth and N Streets.
We can interest the student
Wood and Coal
SCHAUPP & HURD,
Ofllce: lit) South VI St. Phones, 382-703-71)5.
Local and Personal.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
Fine furs. Steele, 143 So. 12th..
$1.2.') kid gloves at The Famous.
The Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th at.
Steele, the furrier 143 So. 12th St.
Prang's Art Calandars at Brown's.
liny your underwear at The Famous.
l)r Woodward, occulist, Klch'd.s blk.
Oyster soup .", today at Francis
The Music Lovers' series of Hooks
Tho latest in the University hair
out at Westerlields.
Llndsevs. Pipes, cigars, canes, and
Smokers articles of all kinds.
The iNow Century Printing and Kn
graving, 1123 N street, Phone 830.
Come now for your Christmas pho
tographs. Townsend's Elite fjtudio.
For Sheet Music and Supplies you
can do ')e.st at the Matthews Piano
Co.. 1120 () St.
For Students -those $3.00 oval-s and
$4.00 panels at Bass' photographic
Studio, 1020 O Street.
JIanna, Rock Spriugs. Magic ana
Excelsior coals, in lump, egg and out
sl.cs, can bo had at the Union Fuel
Lo, 1014 O street. See them.
President Roosevelt is the third
Harvard graduate to hold that
ofllce. The others were John Adams
and John iulncy Adams.
Professor Bessey is now lecturing
to ills class in Elementary Physiology
and Pathology on the subject of
plant diseases. This will bo followed
by lectures on general remedies..
The Mathmatic Seminar mot Satur
day at 7:30 prn. in M. A. 302. Tho
following papers were road: Calibra
tion of a lllchle-Oray instrument, by
Professor Chatburn; Method of Com
puting occucatinns. by Professor
Swoezy and Recti Hcation or a Circu
lar aro, by Mr, Price.
Professor Nutting, of Ihe University
of lowa, who gave tho lecture on
"Deep Sea Life," last charter Day,
bofore tho society of tho Sigma Ti,
has boon given a leave of absence.
This was to glvo him a' obanco to
study sea lifo in wators about tho
Hawaiian Islands. He joins the stall
of scientists on board tho V. S.
steamer "Albatross" which has been
ordered to cruiso In those waters.
Of course you'll have lo beep your room warm this winter
Gregory, the Coal Man
Phi Gamma Delta will cntortaln
Friday night at their chapter house.
Miss Kate McPheeiy or Minden is
In Lincoln visiting her Pi Beta Phi
sisters for a few days.
Miss Mary Appolgatc of Tccumseh,
daughter or tho lato Judge- Thomas
Apnelgate, is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
M. M. Fogg.
Tho class In English Llteraturo 8
has tini8hca tho study of Haralot and
aro now preparing to take uuOthollo.
Much work will rjo required to finish
this plav Is semester.
Well! Well' Well! fr you haven't
arranged with the Union Fuel Co.
about your winter cual, you han bet
toi seo them about it at once. They
will save you money. Call at tho
odlce, 1014 O St.
Tho class in Phllosopy under Dr.
Bolton expects to visit the local asy
lum for the insane for the purposo of
studying mer.tai derangement some
time the present week. Much inter
esting knowledge was derived rrotn
their Beatrlco trip recently.
Pi Beta Phi held u reunion hst Sat
urday night at the home of Miss
Darlcen Woodward. In nonor of the
out of town members who came up
to hear Nordica. Among these were
Misses (J race Andrews, Katherine
Sedgwick, Edna Carscadden. draco
and Clara Reynolds or York.
A party from the Geological Depart
ment has recently made an examina
tion of thn exposures of cretacious
clays at the Yankee Hill brick yards,
securing among other things some
excellent, panaromic views, includ
ing a Held of about 240 degrees.
Sigma Chi fraternity held an initia
tion at tho chapter house last Satur
day night. The candidates were
John Kleckner of Auburn. Rr.hbin fi.
Lo Fober of Superior, Robert Burg
of urand Island and D. F. Coatc of
Grand Rapids. Mich. After the cere
mony a banquet- was served. Several
of tho local alumni besides the activo
chapter were present. CI 111 Lo Roy
has been pledged.
R.W. Thatcher, '518, lias been in the
city for a few days. He has just re
turned lrom Washington to attend to
tho adjusting of tho estate ol his
father who died two weeks .since.
While Inho city Mr. Thatcher is
visiting his Alpha Theta Chi broth
ers and other University friends. Mr.
Thatcher who was, until this year
assistant at the Experiment Station
in this state, is now in the Washing
ton Stato Experiment Station as in
structor In chemistry.
HOMDAY EXCURSION RATES.
The Union Pacific will sell tickets
on its lines for the Holidays at
Greatly Reduced Rates.
For dates of sales, limits and points
to which tickets will bo sold, apply
to E. 13. Slosson, Agent.
Our line of
is complete. If y hi
are looking for
inexpensive but hand
some presents these
will suit you. We
have others as high
as four dollars.
Medallion frames at '
Miller & Paine.
'?Arc you going to buy
3ilf .so, don't forget to look through 1
I.-1 ti A r t i.-'-H'mu '
elegant stock of
Sterling Silver Ware.
Uold Head Canes,
lTinbrelltt8, Cut Oloss Ware,
Opci-a Glasses, and
Everything usually kept in a
nrst class jewelry store
Remember the place.
1 UU () Str., under Punk Ojpera
We have them.
Come in and look over
Books, toys everything"
you can think of in our line.
Wilson & Hall,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONER,
I la 3 O STREET.
Has tho Stuff
Eleventh and O Streets
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