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T1IK DAILY NKBKASKAN.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Steele, the furrier, 113 So. 12th.
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Handkerchief sale at The Famous.
E(. Yoiiiir, Nowr.
STUDENTS. Buy your kid gloves
nnd corsets at The Famous, 1029 0.
Colors at Tlio Co-Op.
Pennants at The Co-Op.
McgtiphonoB at The Co-Op.
Try Sanderson's. They have the
best shoes on earth for the money.
The University B'ook Store, 340 tfo.
11th st. The Scarlet and Cream Btore.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
i 'not ball buttons at The Co-Op.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
.Munson's restaurant, 1 118 O st.
The Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th st.
The I'nlv. Hook Store, 310 No. 11th.
Bass' Studio. 102G O st. None better.
A. I,. llae"kePWMir to Omnfin yesterday.
Dr. Woodward, occulist, Richards
Don Cameron's lunch counter, 114 So.
Square meals at Francis" IVios, 121
No. 11th st.
The kind that all the swell dressers
wear. Those new neckties at Ewing's.
Students' reception at Crace M. E.
church, 27th and R sts., Friday even
ing, Oct. 4. Everybody welcome.
Look around and you'll see that
Ewing's gives the biggest values in
clothing. Only up to date novelties.
R. I). Montgomeiy passed through
Lincoln lasl veckon Ills wny to York
where he will coach the high school
Megaphones and pennants at the
Univ. Book Store.
Delta Delta Delta has pledged Miss
Edith Whittier. v
Talk with Ludwlg about your
dothes. 183C O st.
Delta Tau Delta gave an informal
feed Saturday niht at their chapter
house, 1240 F st.
Ceo. Constancer's new live-chair bar
ber shop ai 1010 O st.
Buy a Hastings and Beach Oeneral
J'hysicH for reference.
Adolph Shane Is connected with the
mechanical engineering department of
the Oklahoma agricultural and me
Dan Cutleben has given up his posi
tion at .Johnstown, Pa., and has re
turned to the University. He will as
sist in the mechanical engineering department.
F. F. Malone has secured a schol
aiship In the Northwestern Medical
College at Chicago. Mr. Malone took
considerable work in the Zoology de
paitment and It was on the strength of
this that he received his appointment.
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
340 North Elcnenth Street
THE SCARLET AND CREAM STORE
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Professor E. H Barbour is in the
cast to attend the bicentennial celebra
tion of Vale college which will be held
this month at New Haven. Professor
Barbour will be Joined by Mrs. Bar
bour and daughter, who have been
spending the summer in the east
Students' groups a specialty at
Bass' Studio, 102C O st.
See Westerfleld for the latest Un.
hair cut. 117 No 13th st.
Do jou use coal, or wood? We keep
the best coals for the least money
Union Fuel Co , IUII U st.
Charles B. Gregory (U. of N. '01)
sells coal at 1041 O St. See him.
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, 11 and P Streets.
Phi Kappa Psl held an initiation and
banquet Saturday night at their chap
ter house at 10th and K sts. The fol
lowing men were Initiated.
George -K. Johnson. Lincoln, Alex
ander Cuscaden, Omaha, H. V. McCul
loch. Lincoln, Arthur W Jaynes, Oma
ha: Herman Lehmer, Omaha, H. J.
Southwlck. Friend, George F Douglas,
Hastings, .John Morrison Gretna,
Ray Dumont, Omaha
FALL FESTIVITIES AT
Kansas City, Mo.
$5.75 ROUND TRIP.
Tickets on s;ile October Mil to liilh inclusive, return
'unit October 1 1th, 1!M)1.
GO AND SEE THE MERRY CROWD.
Leave Lincoln .:!() :i. in., arrive Jjuuihrh City 11:40 a. in
Leave Lincoln 1 :.'." . in., arrive Kans.is City 8.J." p. in.
I City Ticket Office,
( rner loth and O Streets.
7th Street, Bet. P and Q.
To Make His Hark
All University books and stippHflfl. a,t.
the Scarlet and Cream store.
Waterman's Fountain Pens, the best.
Atrthe University Book Store.
First class pionas at honest prices at
the Matthews Piano Co, 1120 O Bt.
The Pioneer Barber Shop at 113- So.
11th st., where you can get first-class
Every style, every size, then you
pant yourself In Ewing's Crown
All sizes and widths of University
gymnasium slioeB, 50c to $1.50. Sanderson's.
Underwear so delicate In texture,
not that irrltuble kind, at Ewing's, 50c
to $2.50 per garment.
voiir shirts and collars will bo done
up., by hand at Yule--Bros.' Laundry.
No acids, used- Tol. 754. 1417 0 Bt.
Osborn's Old Book Store
Take Your Shoe Repairing to
1326 O STREET
ALL WORK (UTAKANTKKI)
PROF. HOLMES, of Chicago
School for Dancing and Deportment
HetfiunetV Class. Tuoiduy Evenings.
Advunced Class, Friday Evenings.
Children') CIiimb, Saturday Z:'M p. hi.
Saturday Night is Club Night.
-Oflices and Studio
326 SOUTH 12th.
Dancing Academy Waltdi Hall over Rock
Island Ticket Ofllce. 11th and O Bt.
A Student should use
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens
For Sale by all Dealers, or
L. K. WATKRMAN CO.,
l.V) 1.77 Hrondwny, NLW VUKK:
I:uryst Fountain Pen MamrfactttTem
In tho World ..
U of 1ST Pennants
For Minnesota Game at
WILSON & HALL'S
Booksellers und StationerH
1123 O Street . . ..
At Special Rales in
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