Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1904)
P1 -J'ji- " JJ , J i1 1"l'H WW. JM lil WI1IIMM. Ill,
Gbe Dails IFUbrasftan
h r-.yt' .4- -f yil;t'"'lTrill ; "."fL "7" "Hi1'' ' 'J'v T milling il.n iiiiwwimmw w
A, G. Spalding & Bros.
Largest Manufacturers In the World
ol Official Athletio Suppllos.
Tho football sup
od by A .O. Spald
ing & Bnoa. aro
tlio host that can
absolutely be pro
duced ; thoy are of
thoy haTo stood
Mm tnaf aa
twontr-olsht yors, and aro used by all Inter
ooilofflnto, IntorHoholantlo and prominent foot
ball teams of the oountry. No oxponae la spared
in making tho goods boaring tho Spalding
Trade-Mark an near perfect as It 1b possible to
prodnoe a manufactured artlc and if It Boars
this mark of perfection It Is tho boot .
SPALDING'S OFFICIAL FOOT BALL
i. lSi- W,WLbL w""- Oamp. Contains
tho NEW RULB8 FOB 1001. Spwlal articles
on tho game. It Is, in fact, n complete en
cyclopedia of tho game . Prioo 10 oonu .
SSPALdINO'S jfoW TO PLAY FOOT BALL,
lited by Walter Camp . Nowly rorUed for 1004.
ndoabtedly the bent book ov6r published on
Son the game,, for It contains all a beginner
ould know, and many InteroHtlng facto for
a ozperlonaod player . Price 10 cunt.
"If It pertains to athletlm, wo make U."
A. Q. SPALDING &
- j ." juinrwu, wan. London,
Send for n copy of 8paldlng Fall and
London, En g.
t turar ojwrw uataioguo. it a irea.
Dr. J. J. Davis
ftf"tjirf ni T?.ht. Y7lit- f . T"k .
j v.uuu rcgiuuc3 rmea 10 relieve
Headaches and Eye Strain.
1222 OStrt-AtitoPhon302l. Rcild.oc. 28 18
the dome Cafe
Regular Board $3.50
ZZbe Coal Man
. . and 329
NO. 1044 O STREET
Pio.irh tor or
Lit tli- ((out Hot
I 17-121 North J 3
I KraVtf been throuoh this--vou
know how seldom one finds a collar
and a cravat that will go well to
gether. The majn reason for this is
that tho collar is either just too big
or just too small.
do not bind either cravat or neck.
The original and best are
Cluett. 25 cents each
Arrow, 15c each, 2 for 25c
Makers of Cloett and Monarch Shirts.
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
A large number of girls attended tho
Bible study rally Sunday afternoon.
Each girl who had enrolled for Blblo
study was given a white carnation and
those who had not wore the red flower.
About fifty girls had already enrolled,
and before the close of the meeting
many others became eligible to wear
the white flower.
The addresB by Chancellor Andrews
should have been heard by every girl
In the university. He gave the follow
ing reasons why we should be familiar
with our Bible: It Ib the greatest book
of history Jn all the world; It Is the
greatest book of literature; it is the
greatest book on moralltv and It con
tains the history of the moat perfect
1110 ever lived.
The only way to become familiar
with the Blblo is to read it.
In all, about seventy-five girls have
registered for the Y. M. C. A. Bible
In practice court, the following of
ficers have been selected:
Chief Justice C. R. Sargent.
Justices H. G. Wellenslck. William
Clerk J. L. Fisher. 'Of..
Bailiff n. j. Gibson. "00.
R. J Anderson '04.
J. W. Blezek. '05.
Clerk Claude Davis '00.
Sheriff D. C. Chase. '06.
C M. Uolfson. 0G.
George Lantz. 'Ofi.
Constable A. H. I.undin.
Regular gymnasium work for the
women will begin this week. All first
and third year classes will meet
Thursday, October 13, at regular class
hours. Second year classes meet on
Monday. October Tl.
Cora Headington, Joliet, Mont.;
Maude F'orter. HAigler; Fannie Drake.
Broken Bow; Bertha Hunt. Eva Heath,
Mrs Ella Miller and Elizabeth Young
of I incoln registered at the University
School of Music this week.
, Professor Carr of tho School of Music
will soon begin a series, of lectures on
the scientific side of voice culture,
anatomy, ets. His first lecture will
be "The Art of Singing." .
H. Crouch, also of the '04 class, will
be chemist for a smelting company in
Denver. He was married last spring
to Miss 4.iae Henry.
Tho first of next term (Nov. 14) -Professor
Carr will open a class in French.
Italian and English diction and lnter
pietation. Got warm! Have a hot chocolate at
Maxwells. Thliteonth and N.
Tho now cadet cap made right and
is light, at Palno's Clothing Store
Tho now army regulations are now
on sale at the Co-op.
T.emlng's Dairy for Ice Cxeam,
Milk and Confectionary.
Fleming. 1211 O St., Is showing a
nice line of jewelry.
Meals served In 3 minutes. Good
Armstrong Clothing Company prac
Buy your new army regulations at
Lincoln Transfer Co.; baggage
CADETS! New regulations at the
If you got It at Armstrong's. It's
The No-Moat Place. Good Health
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13tl.
$5.00 fop $4.00. Good Health Cafe.
Meals, of Lunch. Good Health Cafe.
Subscribe for The Nebraskan.
Is The Only Line Landing
you at the
Round trip rates from Omaha are as follows:
$8.50 eold dally except Friday and Saturday, good seven days.
$13.80 sold dally, good fifteen days.
The Wabasa Is the only line that lands passengers at the main
entrance of the World's Fair Grounds. Also the only line that can
check your baggage to the World's Fair Station. Think what a saving
of time, annoyance and extra car fare. w
All agents can Eell you through ticket and route you over the
Wabash. 1 $. t I ;j , ,;, ( (.(i jij
Very low rates to many points South, Southeast. For beautiful
World's Fair folder and all Information call. at 1G01 Farnum St., or
HARRY E. MOORES,
G. A. P. D. Wabash Ry, Omaha, Neb.
Columbia Disc Records
FOR THIS MACHINE
$1.00 Each ot $1000 Pet Dosen.
Sold for Cash or on Easy Payments of $i Per Week.
COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO.,
1621 Farnam Street,
OmaHa, Nt3foresk:.a. '
The Palace Livery Co.
The Finest Turnouts in the City.
BU Phone 453 Automatic Phone J 453
1 129-1 3J M STREET
" v -.: , .,Uk-,;
,iuW., .. .'" jtS&A wt8fcmter. h
?. 'iJi . Aafr,!
Powered by Open ONI