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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
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EAT AT THE
Palace Dining Hall
1130 N Sikiii.
The largest and best equipped house
in the city. Furnished rooms in
COOPER & HART,
ABOUT YOUR CLOTHES
1036 O Siui-K i.
THE CAFITAL BARBER
SHOP wants a scraping acquaint
ance with every student.
GEO. P. SMITH,
145 North him Siuxm.
Patent Writing Ring
The most important improve
ment of the age in the art of pen
manship makes the poorest writer
a splendid penman in a few weeks
by the use of this ring. Endorsed
by prominent College Presidents
and Boards of Education in Eur
ope and America. Sample dozen
assorted sizes sent post paid for
$1. 00, single samplj 25c. When
ordering a single nng, state whether
for man, woman, or child.
PENN MEG SUPPLY CO.
119S. Fourth Street, Philadelphia.
THE FAMOUS CADET UNI
FORM Made by The Henderson
Ames Co., Kalamazoo, Michigan,
can be secured of
237 South 1 1 tli Street.
See cloth samples and let him take
1 1 IRAKI I CYCLE GO
Headquarters for DISK TALKING
MACHINES AND RECORDS
1406 O Sirkii. - Pmom B908.
First-class Repairing a Specialty.
If you have decided to go,
see the Burlington agent
first before deciding on
your Route. The Bur
lington have Through
Tourist Sleepers . . .
Lincoln to Los Angeles
All Cars Personally Conducted
Burlington Depot, 7th Street, be
tween P and Q. Phone 1290.
City Ticket Office, Corner 10th
and O Streets. Phone 235
This column Is devoted mnlnly to
notices of tho university. All depart
ments and student organizations hav
ing notices to publish should leave
them either at tho executive office, at
the offlco of tho paper, or hand them to
anyone connected with the paper. All
announcements should bo In by G p. m.
All students who have not gicn
their address or who have changed
their address, should report Immediate
ly at the registrar's offi e.
Till-: It EG I ST It A It.
Notice is hereby given that any stu
dent not answering promptly the offi
cial calls to this office becomes liable
to dishonorable dismissal from the uni
versity. THE REGISTRAR.
The Sombrero board desires that all
Juniors have their pictures taken be
fore the 15th of November.
Luncheon served every day except
Saturday In Mechanical Arts hall by
domestic science department, beginning
at 1 1:110 a. 111. Service a la (.arte.
The first Junior theme will be due
on Wednesday, the 17th of December
They are to be left at Mr. Piper's room,
Refeience for the use of the mem
bers of the class in preparing them
selves for speeches from the Hour may
be found each week on the center aisle
bulletin boaid of the library reading
M. M. FOGG.
The obseravatory will be open to th(
public next Monday evening from 7 to
10 p. m. for views of Jupiter and the
moon. The former will be lowed
NOTICE TO SENIORS.
Some Seniors In the industrial tol-
lege hae not seen me in regard to
their standings. Please do so soon.
bringing your ( red it books. My office
hours are fiom 1 !::$() a. m, to Hi in,
each week day. in the dean's office
CHARLES E. I1ESSEY.
Theie will be a very important meet
ing of the class of l!)li of Lincoln high
school No ember 11th tonight at the
high school. It is exceedingly Import
ant that every member be present as
preparations for a big blow-out for the
t near future are to be considered. At
this meeting a complete report for the
four yours' work will be made com
paring it by official records to that of
4.00. Spalding's New Attachment for Foot Ball Tacking Machine
was invented by Mr. John McMasters, trainer of the Harvard team.
It is the best appliance of its kind ever invented. Price $15.00.
Spalding's Official Foot Ball Guide for 1902. Price 10 cents.
Spauldings Fall and Winter Sports Catalogue mailed free.
A G, SRALDiNG & BROS.
New York Chicago Denver
THIS IS THE YOUNG MEN'S STORE,
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING CO.
1221, 1223, 1225, 1227 0 STREET.
The Junior boys will meet in the old
ihapcl Monday at 10 o'clock to decide
Reception to Sophomores,
All Sophomores are Invited to come
to the V. M. (' A. parlors this even
ing from 8 to in p. m. lMng-pong will
furnish the chief amusement for the
evening and the class championship
will be decided. Refreshments will be
served. Come up and get acquainted
Y. M.C.A. Handhook Ready.
The twelfth edition of the V. M. (' A
pocket memorandum is ready for dis
tribution. Students can obtain a copy
by calling at the association parlors
This edition is quite an improvement
oer last ear's. It is shorter and
wider and one-half of the pages are
blank. It is well bound with a pliable
leather cover, quite substantial and
neatly gotten up. It contains informa
tion which is useful to every student
and makes a very convenient hand
book. Arthur ICdgren is confined to his
room this week, being threatened with
an attack of pneumonia.
are used by all colleges and
athletic clubs, because they
stand the test.
Spalding's Official Intercol
legiate Foot Ball is used in all
championship- games. Price
Business is carried on here with
a snap and vigor and whole
hcartedness that easily win the
vigorous young man. Pushing
progressiveness gives you first
choice of every desirable novelty
soon as it leaves mill or factory.
for Varsity colors,
THIS STORE IS HEADQUARTERS.
In young men's clothing we are
showing fresh invoices of the
very best make, worth every
cent of $25.00, made to whole
sale for more than we ask. Our
You are Invited to hear Or Wharton
lecture on- " Marriage"-atSt Paufs
church. Friday, November 14th. at
7.:U). Social and refreshments free.
The Freshmen and Academy will
contrst for honors on the gridiron this
afternoon fcr the third time. The
Academy has not yet won a game but
Intend to win this afternoon
Get Your Clothes Pressed at the
Phone 707. - - 1 146 () Street.
The Only Up-to- Date
Billiard and Pool Parlor
in Town. No Saloon At
tached. Tables Newly
Covered. Powell's, 14(
N. 11th. Phone L664.
PALACE BEAUTIFUL Hair
dressing, Manicuring, Massage,
Shampooing and Ladies' Bath and
Chiropody departments. We have
an experienced attendant. A full
line of hair goods, toilet articles,"
character wigs, greese paints, etc.
Students' patronage solicited. 121
North 13th Street.
The First National Bank
of Lincoln, Nebraska. Capifal,
$200,000; surplus, $100,000; pro
fits, $18,319; deposits, $2,589,093.
S. H. Burnham, prest; A. J. Saw
yer, vice-prest; H. S. Freeman,
cashier; H. B. Evans, asst. cash. ;
Frank Parks, asst. cash. United
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