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THE DAILY NKBRAKKAN.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Steele, the furrier, 143 So. 12th.
First Special Sale
Tuesday & Wed'day
Oct. 1st & Oct. 2nd.
Handkerchief sale at The FamouB.
New arrivals In fall neckwear ev
ry week at Ewing's.
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Ed Young, cigars.
Eat at Hcndry'B, 129 N. lltli.
Fine furB, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
flood shoos cheap. Sanderson, 's.
Soe The Co-Op. 's show window.
Mnnson's restaurant, 1118 O Bt.
The Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th Bt.
The Univ. Hook Store, 310 No. 11th.
Special sale Wardrobe sets at The
Dr. Woodward, occuliBt, RichardB
STl'DENTS. Buy your kid gloves
and corsets at The Famous, 1029 0.
Regent Forell visited the University
and the experiment station yesterday.
The University Book Store, 340 No.
11th st. The Scarlet and Cream store.
See. M. E. Chevront, 1324 O, bluo
front restaurant, for reasonable rates
Botany and zoology and combination
dissecting sets at the Univ. Book
Don Cameron's lunch counter, 111 So.
The lino of overcoats that leads at
Special sale today and tomorrow at
Delta Delta Delta has pledged Miss
Talk with Ludwig aUout your
clothes. 103G O st.
Waiting to propone don't do It
with loud clothes. See Ewing Cloth
ing Co.. fine tailored clothing.
The reading in "The Principles of
Argumentation." assigned for Friday,
need not be done until Monday.
M. M. FOGG.
At THE CO-OP
Chicago Form Co.'s Good Form Closet Sets.
Reg. Price Spec Price
Automatic Trousers Hanger (Nickel Plated) . .80c 20c
" Skirt Hanger (Tin Plated) 15c 9c
Cioset Loop (Nickel Plated) 25c 15c
Shelf Par " " 25c 15c
Coat Hanger ( Tin Plated ) 10c 7c
Soe Our Show Window Tne common method
of hanging npparol on nails is wnstoful. Coino in and
get a Closet Set. It will protect your clothes and your
Poc Uot book
For headgear, "The Hawes" $:5.00 hat
vcells all others. Ewing Clothing Co.
are sole agents.
Artistic photographs at Bass, 1026 O
st. Special to students.
Painstaking care makes Fwing
Clothing Co. suits wear.
Charles II. Gregory (U. of N. "91)
sells coal at 104-1 O st. See him.
Why not take your bath at Chris'
ba.h house, 11 and P Streets.
Cadet trousers at Paine's Clothing
Store good value price $5.ii0.
All University books and supplies at
the Scarlet and Cream storo.
Waterman's Fountain Pens, the best.
At the University Hook Store.
Buy a HASTINGS 4. BEACH
General Physics for Reference
The Remex. The best $1 fountain
pen on the market. At The Co-Op.
Try a pair of Sanderson's $3.00 shoes.
They are beauties and wear like iron.
The sophomore class will meet Wed
nesday at 10 o'clock in the old chapel.
All sizes and widths of University
Agymnasium shoes, 50c to $1.50. Sau-3ersoii's.
The Pioneer BarTTor Shop at 113 So.
11th st., where you can get first-class
The Omaha high school sent twenty-one
members of the class of 1901 to
" the University this fall.
Students who are going to Minneap
olis with the team should leave their
names at the executive office.
The Engineering society will hold a
meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 In
room 211 Mechanic Arts building.
Professor Burnett, superintendent of
farmers iutstltulcu, is absent on a trip
to Stuart where he will hold a farm
THIS Y. M. C. A. LFCTFIIF COURSE.
The city Y. M. C. A. is offering this
fall an exceedingly good entertainment
It will embrace the best talent that is
obtainable. Among the attractions will
be the Whitney Mockerldge Grand
Concert Co., who are well and favor
ably known all over the country. ThlB
concert will take place October 25.
Other features will be-
Nov. 5, Prof. John H. De Motte. A. M.,
Ph. I).. M. D.. a wonderful illustrated
lecture on "The Harp of the Senses."
Nov. IdH, Mr. George Kennaii. the
noted traveler-writer, in "The Siberian
Dec. 10, Leland T. Powers, the great
impersonator, in "Dvvid Garrlck."
Jan. 18, Chicago Symphony Orchestra
48 members, 4 soloists, the strongest
organization of Its kind that travels,
matinee and evening.
Jan 30, F. Hopklnson Smith, artist,
author, reader, lecturer, story teller;
"Old Plantation Days."
Feb. 10, President Russell H. Con
well, pastor of the largest Baptist
church on this continent, in "Acres of
Mar. (), Dr. Henry Van Dyke, of
Princeton university; "Relation of
Life and Literature in the 19th Cen
tury." Mar. 21, The Katharine Ridgeway
Concert Company, high grade, but pop
ular. Apr. 1, The Listemann String Quar
tette, assisted by Mr. Henry P. Barnes,
pianist, of Lincoln, and Miss Helen
Buckley, prima donna, soprano; a su
perb musical program.
With such an array of talent the
price of hte course ticket, one dollar
for all, is ridiculously small. The
holder of each and every ticket will
have a seat. The course will be given
In the Oliver theatre and the sale of
tickets is absolutely limited to It act
ual seating capacity. Bear this in mind.
For an additional payment of 10, 15
or 20 cents per entertainment seats can
be reserved in the best part of the
house, the price varying with the loca
tion. Seats for the whole course may
be reserved, at one time, viz, October
15, beginning at 9 a. m., at the Oliver
This is something every student
should take advantage of. The course
is the best ever offered by the Y. M.
C. A. and their courses- have always
been of the highest claee.
FALL FESTIVITIES AT
Kansas City, Mo.
$5.75 ROUND TRIP.
Tickets on Hale October rth to 1:2 th inclusive, return X
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IIIUIL UCIUIH'l I I 111, i ;iu i ,
GO AND SEE THE MERRY CROWD.
Lome Lincoln .V. H) a. in., arrive Kansas City 11:40 a. in.
Leave Lincoln l:U,"i p. in., arrive Kansas City H:.'Jf p in.
City Ticket Office,
Corner loth and O Streets.
7th Street, Bet. P and Q.
PROF. HOLMES, of Chicago
School for Dancing and Deportment
RoffinneiV Clnsi. TiiobiIiit Evenings.
Advuucod Clnxti, Friday KvuniiiRs.
Children') OIiihh, Bnturdny 2:'M p. in.
Saturday Niulit is Club Nidt.
Ollicos and Studio
326 SOUTH 12th.
Dancing Academy WuIhIi Hall over Hock
Island Ticket Olllce, lltii and O His.
Rooms and board 1229 M street
1228 Q stceet. $2.50
MRS. F. T. W ATKINS,
J440M street. $4.00.
1220 M st. $3.00. Mrs. A. O. Kirk.
121 North Eleventh Street.
OYSTER SOUP 5c a Bowl
TUESDAYS ana FRIDAYS.
15c MEALS OUR SPECIALTY
Open All Night, phone fio bo.
We do not confine you to
any particular make of
pons. We sell you a
Waterman, Parker, Wirtr
Franklin or College Pen.
No Second Hand
Pooh in Stock. . .
WI LSON & HALL,
Booksellers and Stationers,
1123 O STREET.
Osborn's Old Book Store
131 North 12th St.
Cleaned of Dyed
At MANN'S, I322 0 Streif
The Daily Nebraskan
DR. J. J. DAVIS,
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