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THE DAILY NKBRA3KAN.
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B PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
We can interest the student in
JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Ofllc 1100
O Street, Rooms 212-213-214 Rich
arda Block, Telophono 535. .Residence.
1310 G Street, Tolophono L08.
DR. BENJ. F. BAILEY; Dr. Met
Louiso Flanagan; Offleo, 141 South
12th Streot. Tolephono 618.
P. DAVIS. I). D. 8., Dentist
i image ana trown wont, umce
room 7, over Rock Island ticket office.
Compliments of the
NEW INCOLN BOWLING ALLEY
to the University students-. Football
team especially invito! to call and en-
ov a ntco olean entertainment and
loalthful exercise Club rates givon.
John S. Cain, Propr., 134 South Tontli.
When in need of tailoring-, repairing1
or clean in f in th clothing line that
C. BHLERS Is the man
For the benefit of thoso new btudents
who dont know, his address is north
west cor 11th and O. room 1, up stairs
Uncalled For Shirts
HARPER, Tho Shirl Maker, lOPi St.
C i Can ct
. want and
be sure it is right in price,
too, from G. R."Wolf & Co.
1039 4) Street
A Close Shave
A hair cut, or anything else
you want a barber to do for
you, at the
Y. M. C. A. Barber Shop,
13TH AND P STREETS.
1230 O St., and you will wear
.a smile. Commutation tickets at a dis-(Hmnt.
We are making a spec- j
v9 ial this month on
t fur coats I
Investigation means a gj
?9 niirnyi'ico horAnnrvips S
with it absolute satis- 6"
H) faction. i?
F. E. VOELKER,
Wood and Coal
SCHAUPP & HURD,
Ofrice: 119 S.iuth 12 St. Phonos, 38-703-705.
Local and Personal.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
Fine fura, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
$1.25 kid gloves "80 at Tho Famous.
Tho Hygienic Cafe, 816 So. 12th ut.
('. E.'Brown dentist, Burr block.
Steele, tho furrier 143 So. 12th st.
Prang's Art Calandars at Brown's.
Euy your undorwear at Tho Famous.
Tho seniors arc looking up mon foi
a biskot ball team.
R. G. Glanvlllo, '05, is i now ad
dition to tho band.
There aro nearly thirty monioors In
tho basket ball olass.
S. R. CamDhtll spent yesterday
with University friends.
Miss Florence Holowcll '01, Is
teaching In Beaver City.
Dr Woodward, ocoullst, Rlch'ds blk.
Tho Music Lovers' series "of Books
(in to Westerflelds for your Christ
mas hair cut.
Come now for your uhrlstmas pho
toeraphs. Townsonci's Ellto Studio.
I Go to E. Fleming's 1211 O stroer
for Christmas gifts In the jewelry
Jlne. - -
Go to the Matthews Piano Co., for
sheet music and supplies 1120 O
Lindsey's. PIdcs, Cigars, Canes,
Tobacco and Smokor's Articles for
Stop at Bass' studio for vour
Christmas photos and see tho water
Tho net rpoolpts of the Yale-Harvard
uamo were $53,000, $8,000 more
than was ever received at any foot
ball game before.
You ouuhfc to get fuel that will give
you tho most heat for tho money.
That being tho case go to tho Union
Fuel Company and buy oithor coal,
wood or coke at tho lowest prices.
1014 O streot.
Gold ana silver headed canes and
umbrellas. Thrftatest stylo of horn
novelties. Clocks that need to be
wound uut once Id two years. Lots
of other uovoltes and standard goodB
In tho jowelry lino can bo found at
E. Flemings, 1211 O street.
ENGLISH 11 AND 13.
Thoso morabors cf English 11 and
13 to whom I returned their llrst ar
guments, submitted on October 3
and 4 respectively, wnT pleaso roTufrT
to mo thoso arguments not rewrit
ten ooforo tho University classes for
the Christmas rocess.
M. M. FOGG.
HOLIDAY EXCURSION RATES.
Tho Union Pacific will soil tickets
ou its linos for tho Holidays at Great
ly Reduced ratos.
For dates of sales, limits and points
to which tickets will bo sold, apply to
E. B. Slosson Agent.
Miss Emnra Meier was called homo
last week by the serious Illness of'ner
Professor Wilson's class in "Hebrew
Prophecy" Is, now studying tho Book
of I: a h.
O. K. Smith came down from Om
ana and visited University friends
Miss Kathorlno Mellok of Omaha
will spend tho last of the week with
Tho Universjtv pcdagnghil olub will
meet tonight In room 210 U. Hall.
Supt. Fowler will speak.
Professor RohblnH ins postponed
hiH examinations the Senior Law
class until after tho holidays.
Mr. Fogcr, instructor In Debating,
will be at Homo to all students "on
Friday eronings at 1044 L street. 7"
Tho llrst year Domestic Scleneo
glils'aro to experiment at tea raak
ing In their own homes this week.
Kisma AlDha Epsllon entertained
Informally last night at tho Fuuke
Home at Thirteenth and H. streets
Harvard senior class has choson a
colored mad for class orator. His
namo Is lloscoo Cwnklin Bruce, son of
tho late Senator Bruce.
Tho University olub will give a
aancc next Thursday night at Ricb
orason's Dancing Academy. The
coramitteo Is Roper and Hewitt.
Dr. H. B. Lowrin or Lincoln gavo
a lecture on "Tho Brain" before the
philosophical club last nieht. A busi
ness mooting was held Just beforo the
Pro feasor3 Bessoy is preparing a
Daperon'cortalnj groups of lower
comingjoroceodings of.tho American
Professor Barber addressed tho stu
dents of tho Lincoln Aoadomy at
tho midweek assembly mooting
yesterday. His subject was, "The
Roman Catacombs." Dean Reese,
in the absence of the principal, pre
sided and introduced tho speakor. It
is probable that) tho next address
will be given by Governor Savaoe.
Will be gladly re
ceived by your friends. We
have Pictures from twenty
five cents up, Toilet articles
from five cents up, and Art
Calendars at all prices.
We would call your especial
attention to the art calendars.
Step in and look at them.
Miller & Paine.
Arc you goflj ti buy
,3a 1 f so, don't forget to
.5!- elegant stock of
? Diamonds, Watches,
3 Clocks, Jewelry,
Gold HHud Canes, C
Umbrellas, 1 ut Olass Ware, g;
Opera Glasses, and '
Everything usually kept in a;
23 llrst clues jewelry store.
Itemembcr the place.
?g 1143 O St., under Funic Opera
Latest Fiction aDi
Come in. We can suggest
presents for vour fHunda t.hat
will be gladly received.
Wilson & Hall,
BOOKSEUERS AN!) STAlieiiEI&
Ua3 O STREET.
Of course you'll have to keep your room warm this winter
Gregory, the Coal Man
Has the Stuff
Eleventh and O Streets
BTH ,llh . M M. MTk.f.
r Twelfth and N Streets. g
f Phone F357. f5
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