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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
DDnccecinuAi mocnTnov an
on riiuiLooiunnu uiiiluiuiii
,J O Street, Rooms 212-213-214 Bich
ftrda Block. Telephone 535. Residence,
1810 Q Street, Telephone L084.
X R. HAGGARD, M. D
PJ . O Street, Rooms 212-213-214 Rich-
We can interest the student in
DR. BEN J. F. BAILEY; Dr. Mar
Louiso Flnnagnn; Ofllco, 141 South
12th Street. Telephone G18.
LP. DAVIS. D. D. S., Dentist.
llridfre and Crown work. Ofllce
room 7, ovnr Uock Island ticket ofllce.
Compliments of the
NLW INCOLN BOWLING ALLEY
to the University students. Football
team especially invited to call and on
jov a nice clean entertainment and
healthful exercise Club rates given.
John H Cain, Propr., 1U South Ten Mi.
hen in need of tailoring, repairing
or cleaning in th clothing line that
C. EHLERS Is the man
Tor the benefit of those new students
who dont know, his address is north
west cor 11th and O, room 4, up stairs
Uncalled For Shirts
HARPER, Tho Shirt Maker, 1012 () St.
Ca n gf e t
be sure it is right in price,
in. too, from G. R.' Wolf & Co.
1039 O Street
A Close Shave
A hair cut, oranythine eke
you want a barber to do for
you, at the
M. C. A. Bakheu Shop,
13TH AND P STREETS.
1230 () St., and you will wear
a smile. Commutation tickets at a discount.
Fine Watches and Jewelry
DEfeOS-T-T-SMlTHrMO -O S-tlUiKT,-
Also sheet muBlc and supplies
1 wish to know you.
1 wish you to know my work.
For this reason I will give your
dental woMc at 11 bout hulf the usual
rates ior sixty-daya..
DR. A. II. AYERS, 127 8. Twelfth.
Wood and Coal
SCHAUPP & HURD,
Ofllce: 110 South l' St. Phoncn, 382-703-71)5.
Local and Personal.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
81. 2fl kid gloves at Tho Famous.
The Hygienic Cafe, 31G So. 12th at.
Coach Rootii left for Kansas City
the first of the week.
Miss Whiting was unable to meet
her classes yesterday afternoon.
Tlckots for tho "Messiah" oratorio
aro now on sale at the executive
Steele, the furrier I l.VSo. 12th st. !
December magazines at The Co-Op.
Prang's Art Calahdars at Urown's.
Prorcssor Hoagman will ontortaln
his students at his home Saturday
r.wy your underwear at The Famous.
I)r Woodward, occullst, Rich'ds hlk
The Music Lovers' senes ot nooks
Fred Withers Is visiting with old
University friends this week.
Mlss"Nora Davis, ex '02, is teach
ing in tho Lexington schools.
Michigan will play Lehtnd Stanford
during tho holidays.
Tho latest in tho University hair
cut at Westerllelos.
Come now for your Christmas pho
tographs. Townsend's Elite Studio.
Miss Ethel Wilson is entcrta'nlng
her brother and father Tor a row
For Sheet Music and Supplies you
can do best at the Matthews Piano
Co.. 1120 () St.
A line assortmet of Unl Dine, bat
pins In Unl colors, pennants, etc. at
The Co -Op.
Stop at Pass' studio for your
Christmas photos and see tho water
Minnesota' gridiron (lends arc de
manding that Dr Williams be given
a lull professorship, slmllai to tho
Professor Urabtrec was In David
City yesterday visiting the high
The attendance at tho school of
tmiBic this year is the largest on
President. Harper ol Chicago Uni
versity is working for donations for
a law school.
On account of a severe cold, Dr.
Harbour was unable to meet his class
In Geology I, yesterday.
came in ebony, gold, or
gray finish frames. We have
a pomplete line of Madonnas,.
Christ heads, and others of o
like nature, as well as copies
of many notable paintings,
such as "The Dreamer,' r
"Three Friends," "Left Out
side' "Pharao's Horses,"
"Queen Louise," Saint Cece
lia," and "Angel Heads. 'r
These must be seen to be ap
preciated. ( )ther styles, from
25c to 4.00.
l' ('. McCutchen who has been
business manager ul' Iowa's athletics
lor three years has retired.
Prof Ciabtreo went to visit tho
schoois at Madison yesterday and
will oe in Columbus today.
Miller & Paine.
Square meals at Francis Bros.
The best place in town to buy haro
coal is from the Union Fuel Co.
Whyv Because they sell and deliver
tho Lehigh Coal. Thero is nothing
bettor, nothing Just as good. Our
olllco Is 101 1 O ftt.
Mrs. Stanford has given Leland
Stanford an additional endowment of
thirty millions In bonds and real
Tho third public recital of tho
school or music will be lIt.ii in tho
auditorium on the evening of De
Tho class in History 3, will study
Hamilton and Jefferson and contrast
them as representatives of the two
Tho Co-Op is talcing subscriptions
for all the leading American and
roriegn newspapers and will duplicate
any of tho "wmbloallon offers" in
tho machines' or club agencies' announcements.
Be Heady For
.JgTGet your new suits jjj
tTand pants now.
Wo have a full line of first clans ty
goods reudy to raaUo up.
Call and look it over. 4
I Nebr. Pant and Suit Co.,
1AQ Unh Thintnanih I
Dr. Shdemaker's Private Hospital.
Special atteatton glton to disease of woa
andaU surgical diseases. X-ray eumlnatloa
with no discomfort or injury to Pfc fJZ
rythinc aa bomellko ai ppialble. Board aa
1117 13 ST. LINCOLN.
F. O. Boa 9SL Telephcaa
A- now assortment ol Waterman
Ideal pons for holiday presents has
been received bv tho Co-Od. Among
them aro sterling silver mounted
holders, plain and chased, very ac
ceptable for Xmas' gifts.
The Dolian Literary Society will
ulvo a program for tho Theopharian
Society of Wesleyan at University
Place, Friday evening. Tho Theo
pharian Society will give a return
program to tho Delians soon after
Tho Paliadlans will present "A
Box of Monkeys" Friday evening on
the stago in their hall. The curtain
will rlso at 0 o'clock. All aro invited.
The class in History of Italian
Art has been studying tho churches
and "Bcnlptimr-o retire Romanesnue
tperlod, and lire now taking Tjp tiny
subject of Gothic architecture.
Tho new brick high school building
at Table Rook has been completed
and will bo occupied after Christmas.
It Is heated by steam and has all
Ig Are you goliu to Luy
rv , &
. presents r
lf so, don't forget to look throughc
J? elegant stock of S"7
v? Diamonds, Watches,
- Sli.rlmn mil,.n Wn.
-. -v..... ....j ifuii;,
? (Jold Head Canea.
Tinbrellas, Cut (Jlnss Ware,
Opera (Masses, and
Everything usually kept in o!
nrst clays jewelry stuie
Kenieraber the place
1 U.'l ITS!; , under Fuolr Opera
Dr. Greon was unable to meet his
law class Tuesday morning and Dean
Reese took lila. dIqco ana gave tho
class tho first of a series or lectures
treating on tho legal side of Insanity.
Of course you'll have to keep your room worm this winter
Gregory, the Coal Man
Has the Stuff
Eleyenfch and O Streets
We have thein.
Come in and look over
Books, toys everything
you can think of in our line.
Wiisdn & Half,,
BOOKSELLERS AN0 STATiOllHIS,
I la 3 O STREET.
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1117 &." I. E. bePUTRONl