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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
C. H, FREY
1133 O STREET
Teeth filled without pain
DR. A. B. AYRES,
A liberal discounl to students.
141 So. 12 in Si., - Lincoln, Ni'h.
BOWLING ALLEY 4
ALLEYS. Standard and Regula
tion in every particular. 12 10 0
H. C. THOMAS,
DR. J. R- HAGGARD. Physi
cian and Surgeon. Special atten
tion paid to diseases of iemales and
rectal diseases. Rooms 212 to 214
Richards block. Residence 13 10
G street. Office telephone 535.
Residence telephone L 984.
You BflOULD buy your Kodaks, Plates
Films, Oartls. Albums, Dovolopors, Etc.,
LINCOLN PHOTO SUPPLY 00.,
115 South 11th Street,
Pioneer Barber Shop
Clean Linen, l'inest of Toilets,
First Class Service.
A. L. KEMMERRER, Propr.
1 1 3 So. 1 1 th St , Lincoln, Neb.
STEVENS & NEVILLES
New Location Is at
1330 O .Street.
Pool and Billiards in connection.
Yule Bros. Laundry
J5J4 O Street Tel. 754.
Originators of tholdoaofHendinff
home work satisfactory
Columbia National Bank
Ol' LlNLOI.N, Nl'.BKASKA.
Oukkks: John B.Wright, Presi
dent; J. H. Westcott, Vice-President;
Joe Samuels, 2d Vice-President;
P. L. Hall, Cashier; W. J3.
Ryons, Assistant Cashier.
f ., E. & M. V. R'Y.
Best Line to-
1024 O St. - 1024 O St.
E. R.Butler, R. W. MoGinnis
C. T. A. Gen'lAgt.
Local and Personal
Oliver Theater Pharmacy.
Saturday "2" o'clock.
Ludwlg, the Unl. tailor.
Ent at the Newport today.
The Ivy Press prints to please.
Restaurant Unique, 1228 O street.
Burr Barber shop, 120 North 12th.
Eat at Don Cameron's, 118 So. 11th.
Buy your Gloves at the Famous.
Buy your Corsets at the Famous.
Buy your Millinery at tho Famous.
Gloves Cleaned at tho Famous.
Cameron's lunch counter, 118 So.
I. G. Ilanhy, '00 law class, is prac
ticing law at Auburn.
Dr. II. .1. Ixdinhoff, '97, Fraternity
building, Thirteenth and M.
Mr. E. A. Finlay, '01. is teaching in
the South Omaha high school.
Kiogonbaum's pharmacy, northwest
corner Thirteenth and O streets.
Miss e.Issie Scott, of Ashland, is vis
iting friends in the university this
G W. Porter, a former graduate of
the nniveisity, is an instructor at the
M. It. Finlay, catcher on the baseball
team in "01, expects to be in school
again next year.
The administrative ofHce has placed
a bulletin board in the postoHlce for
notices to students.
Clarence Pearson, instuctor in man
ual training in the Beatrice high
school, took in the game Saturday.
Fred Kuhlman, who was formerly a
scholar and fellow in the department
of philosophy, is an assistant In the
psychological department of Clark
University, Worchester, Mass.
There are at present one hundred
and fifty students registered at the
Academy. Professor Hodgman said
at chapel yesterday that he expected
two hundred in the second semester.
The first weekly students' recital of
the University School of Music will
occur in Memorial hall Friday after
noon at 4 o'clock. These recitals will
take place regularly each week here
after. Tho Eagan collection of Peruvian
mummies, which consists of two full
grown Indians and two babies, are
among the most interesting curiosities
in the state museum.
The neatest football souvenir ever
gotten out. Photo of the team that beat Minnesota, in an imitation
football holder, in Uni. colors. Send one home to your friends.
They will appreciate this more than you can tell. In an envelope,
ready to mail, 200. Get one at once, at
Tho Greek department feels the neod
of an art museum. A set of models
from ancient Roman and Greek sculp
ture would afford great assistance to
tho Greek students, while It would be
a decided addition to the art gallery.
Miss Edith Henry, who spent last
year at Radcllffe College at Cambridge,
Mass., and the preceding one at Bryn
Mawr In the study of philosophy, Is
spending this year at her home In this
city. She intends to return to Radcllffe
next fall to take her doctor's degree.
It may be of interest to some to
know that students of the engineering
departments are greatly sought for by
manufacturing companies. Railroads
also desire young men from the
mechanical engineering department to
work in their repair and construction
first Debate Tomorrow.
The first debate of the year in Eng
lish 13. the advanced course in debate,
will take place in the old chapel to
morrow afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock,
on "Whether or not the anthracite Coal
operators should recognize the union."
This question will be argued for the
aflhmative by John Tobin and Fred
Hunter and for the negative by J. C.
Doubt and John T. Milek. The second
hour will be given to criticism of the
debate by Professor Fogg and b Pro
fessor Caldwell. Professor Fogg an
nounced yesterday that, as last year,
visitors to the debates in English Ila
and 13 will be welcome.
The Reverend Dr. Tuttle, of the First
Congregational church, addressed the
students at convocation yesterday.
Dr. Tuttle took as the subject of his
remarks: "What Do We Get Out of
Three young men stand before us.
We ask them what they expect to do
when through school. Two of them
say, "Make money." The third one
answers, "Help others and In so doing
help myself." A man may enrich him
self and still bo poor. A man only
gets out of life what he puts in. Dr.
Tuttle declared that service was the
greatest Ideal of life. American men
are such men. We find our most suc
cessful men In all walks of life sub
scribing to this ideal.
Abraham Lincoln was a serving man.
In conclusion Dr. Tuttle said: "Do
something for somebody's sake."
The attendance was poor, owing to
many having gone home to vote.
News of Battalion.
The cadet battalion appeared In uni
form at drill Monday evening for the
first time. The regulation uniform for
privates and non-commissioned offi
cers is just the same as last year, while
in the officers'uniform Hky-blue trous
ers have been substituted for the cadet
blue. The second sergeant of each
company. In addition to his duties as
right guide, has ben made acting
company quartrrmastor, and bo wears
ai extra sergeant's stripe.
Captain Chase and Captain Hull of
the Pershing Rifles acted as judges at
the monthly drill-down of the Lincoln
Light Infantry Monday evening. A
number of university eadetB aro mem
bers of the Light Infantry and rank
woM In the company. The medal was
won by Sergeant Hancock, and was
presented by Captain Chase. After
the drill-down the remainder of tho
evening was spont In dancing.
Lieutenant Davidson has had charge
of company B during the absence of
Captain Ringer, who Is playing on tho
Notices have been sent out from tho
office of tho military department order
ing all delinquent cadets to report at
once for drill. Unless UiIb is attended
to no credit will be given for the work.
Captain McOeachln, of tho artillery
detachment, is organizing a squad for
There are two kinds of JokeB, prof.'s
and good ones. Ex.
Away off In Oregon the Bchool papers
are quoting from the Dally Nebraskan.
A five-dollar rate was granted by the
rallronds to Minnesotans who wished
to see the Iowa-Minnesota game.
You may have lost
on election returns
but you will never lose by
having your clothes made'
HE MAKES CLOTHES THAT TIT
1141 0 Street.
ON THE CROSS; A Tale of
the Passion Play at Oberammer
gan, by Wilhelmina Von Hellern
and Mary J. bafford, $1.20.
B ORDER OF THE PROPHET
By Rev. Alfred H. Henny, a tale
of the early Mormon settlement
in Utah, $1.20.
DONOVAN PASHA, and Some
People of Egypt, by Sir Gilbert
THOSE BLACfT' TJIAMOOT
MEN, a tale of the Huthrax
Valley, by WiamFtTtfcey Gib
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1126 0 STREET.
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