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Gbe Dailp Tlebraelian
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Phone F 763. 135 South Ilth Street
Wo offer for your selection tho
largest stock of strictly high
grade planoB to be scon in
the West, including such cele
brated. makoB hb "Steinway &
Soiib," "Stcgor & Sons," "Vobo
& Sons," "Emerson," "A. B.
Chase." "Geo. Stock," "Hard
man," "Schmoller & Mueller,"
Wo hoII Standard Milken
of IMunos on $5.00 monthly
Wo rent now pianos at $3.00,
$.1. HO, $4.00 to $5.00 per month
nnd allow hIx months' rent when
Wo accept organs, Bquare and
upright pianos as part pay on
now p Inn ob.
Drop In and see us lot's talk
SCHMOLLER S MUELLER
Manufacturer Wholesale, Retail
J35 So. nth St. Lincoln
Closed! Carriages. Baggage. The ftneat Ltvcrr In
1230 N StooCt.rLlncoIn, Neb.
To many points in Montana, Utah
and Idaho. To many points in
California, Orogon, Washington.
From Sopt. JCth to Nov. 20th, in
ohmivo, tlio Union Pacific will HOll
on way tickois from Missouri
Hi cor Terminals, Council Bluffs
to Kansas City inolusivo, us fol-
$20.00 to Oregon and Salt Lake City.
! 120.00 to Helena and Butte, Mont.
$22.50 to Spokane and "Wenatchee,
$22.50 to Huntington and Nampa,
$25.00 to Portland, Tacoma, and
$25.00 to Vancouver and Victoria.
$25.00 to Ashland and Astoria, Ore
gon, via Portland.
$25.00 to SanFranclsco, Los Angeles
and San Diego.
' Correspondingly Low Rates to Many
other CaUfornla.Oreon. Washlnoinn.
Montana, Utah, and Idaho Points.
Vor further Information call on of
m uwn, uviu j;u T
Roy I'almor visited nt his home, Lib
erty, Neb., over Sunday.
CharloB Liober and Oeorge Carpenter
spent Sunday nt Richfield, Neb.
The Tri Deltas entertained informally
at the chapter house Friday evening.
Mr. V. R. Gould is out on account of
Mr. R. Yates, who hnB been sick for
the paBt fow dayB, is back at Bchool.
Edgar Mallot has been unablo to
attend classes on account of illness.
Fred Hawxby was visiting Universi
ty friends yesterday.
There will be a meeting of tho Se
nior class Monday at 10 a. m. in U. 10G.
Mr. E. L. Brown from Chester, Neb.,
took In tho football game and visited
his brother, M. J. Brown, Saturday.
Tbo second team lias been trying to
schedulo a game for Saturday, but has
met with no success as yet.
Miss Florence Whipple of Murdock,
Neb., visited her sister, MIbs Whipple,
Tho law class in public speaking will
bogln extemporaneous work next Fri
day. Miss Hayden entertained the Wo
man's club at tea Wednesday after
noon from 3 to 5 o'clock in her studio.
Misses Edith and Gladys Lnndis vis
ited their homo nt Wavcrly, Neb., Sat
urday and Sunday.
Professor Cox, of Wesleynn Univer
Bltp. visited the Philosophy department
Tho Faculty Ladles will serve tea to
University girls in tho art room next
Friday from 5 to f p. m.
The Kappa Alpha Theta girls enter
tained with a house party at the chap
ter houso over Sunday. '
Harvoy Crandall and Dr. Combs, of
tho Univoralty of Pennsylvania, were
University visitors last week.
Miss Fay Snyder of the Conservatory
of Music has been missing her lessons
on accounl of sickness.
Tho board of editors of tho Senior
Book will meet this morning at 10
a. m. in U. 10G.
Miss M. Richards 1b out of school on
bo back until nfter the Thanksgiving
D. C. Dungan. reader in tho political
economy department last year, was a
campus visitor yosterday.
Mrs. H. B. MoBher. of Load. S. D.,
formerly a student in the University,
is visiting her parents, Professor and
Mrs. 11. II. Nicholson.
Miss Margaret Bracelin is unable to
attend to her school work nt present
on account of the serious illness of her
Marcus Jacobs, who was a student at
the University last year, was visiting
friends in Lincoln over Sunday. He is
now in Chicago nt work for the C. B.
& Q. railroad.
Chancellor-"Andrews will return the
last of this week from his trip to New
York City, where ho delivered nn ad
dress before the national convention
of Delta Upsllon.
Miss Grace Stewart, formerly a stu
dent of the Lincoln Academy, left for
California Saturday evening. She will
spond tho winter with her grand par
ents near San Francisco.
Mrs. Anna Keyes Moris, a Univer
sity Btudent of tho early '80's, now pf
Now Castle, Wyo., is in tho city. Mrs.
Moris attended tho "Old Timers' Pro
gram" In Palladian hall Friday evening.
The University of Chicago
Each has a special Circular of Information which will be sent on application.
Each will be in session during the Summer Quarter (June 17 September 3).
J37The courses in Medicine arc given in connection with the work of
Rush Medical College.
The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
We demonstrate the fact that we
save you money on your
Mens Sewed Soles 75c
Ladies Sewed Soles 50c
Mens Rubber Heels 40c
Ladies Rubber Heels 35c
We can also save you money in
our Shoe Line. You are invited.
Wathon & Co.
220 O St
Phono A 902
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
Floe Chocolates and Bon Bona of our own
manufacture. Cheapest in the city.
CONFECTIONERY FOR PARTIES
ia:$7 O Strot.
Lincoln Tank Line
Successors to O. II. Man
Gnsolinc, Kerosene, Lubricating: Oil
125 No. 12th Street. Telephone 473
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Undivided Profits 40,000.00
S. II. BURNIIAM. President.
A. J. SAWYER II. S. FREEMAN
H. B. EVANS FRANK PARKS
Asst. Cashier Asst. Cashier
P. R. EASTERDAY, Auditor.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
SECURED OR FEE RETURNED.
8em1 model or Hketch for Yrcv opinion
A tri llfirnrk tnhllltl Ctptwf 'trtr nur tfttl.ln
nook tnl Wlint to Invent." Ilwft pub
lications iHsnwl (or Free distribution. Patents
Becurt'tl through uh niHecllseri without ctmruoln
II ....! .- a .a.
Lsed without charge In
Mimiilu Coiiy l-'rco. 1
ENS &, CO.,
)N. D. C. P
1 iic i-nium iiccori. iMimino iouy i-rco.
Mill-Hill .- .J HMMM,TB ! Si
COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK
of Lincoln, Nebraska.
CAPITAL - - Stoo.ooo.oo.
John B. Wright, Prta. J. H. Weicott, V.ce-Prt
Jot SamutU 2nd Vice-Pro. P. L. Hall, Cubic
V. B. Ryoru. An. Cah.
Western Glass & Paint Go,
12th & M. Sts., Lincoln, Net. '
Steiner-Woempener Drug Co.,
1146 O Street'
Phone 707 Lincoln, Neb.
Manufacturers of Stoiner's Balsam
Rhubarb Cold Capsules, Pile Ouro and
Gray's Condition Powdora.
111 N. 11th Strccl
Telephone A 1035
Quality goes a long ways with
particular people We solicit
the patronage of all particular
people. '& jfi & jt,
KEYSTONE CASH GROCERY
LASCH & DLAKE, PROP. Phones 744-77S
LN CRAVING CO.
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