The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 08, 1904, Page 4, Image 4

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A, G. Spalding & Bros.
rflesl Manufaoturers In Ihs World
fif Official Athlotio Supplies.
Tho football sup
plies rannnfnotur
od bjr A.O.Spai.D
mo A Btios. ara
tho host that ca
Absolutely bo pro
ducod ; they are of
nii per lor rank:
tho lmva stoo4
tho teat for ovr
twenty-tight jotirn, find aro nsed by nil Inter
oolloipato, IntorRoholoHtti' mill prominent foot
ball femn of the country No o.xponao Is ipare4
In making tho good benilnfr (he tipaldlna;
Trada-Marlc an near pcrfoot an ft Im uoinlble to
produoo a raanufaotuivd nrtlc and if it bears
this mark of perfection it la tliu bmt .
SPALDING'S OFFIOIAL, FOOT BALL
IDB. Edited by Wnltor Coinp. Contain
tkeNHW BULKS FOn IW4. Speolal artlolw
on tha I' I, iu fact, a complete en
erploptdla of tho game , Prion 10 oenta .
apiXDmo's now to plat foot.' ball.
Oiled br Waller Oamn. Newly revined for 10M.
Undoubtedly tho beat book over published an
a cam, for it contains all a beginner
know, and many interesting faota for
jmrtenoed player . Price 10 cents.
"II H prtlnn to athletics, re make It."
A. Q. SPALDING & BROS.
fork Ohioano St. Louis
slphla San Francisco Kansas Uitr
Denver WaahlncrUm
a Baltimore Pittsburg
ivii jaontrcai, uan. Lonaon.ung.
Bend for a copy of BpaldJng'a Fall and
WUtar Sport Catalogue. IVa free.
Dr. J. J. Davis
Graduate Rclrnctloiml
Spectacles and Eyeglasses Filled lo Rellev
Headaches and Eye Strain.
1132 O Strer Auto Phon. 102 I , Rt.ldtoct 2 8 18
LINCOLN. NBB.
T. J. THORPE CO.
Goner'l fylaohlniets
All K!ndk o! Repairs
Locksmllhi and Plators
oi Sc Hth LINCOLN
tbarlesB. Gregory
? tbe Coal Watt
NO. 1044 O STREET
The First National Bank
of Lincoln, Nob.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Capital f aOO.000.Q0
Surplus 100,000.00
Umllvidod profits . . 40,000.00
S H. Burnham, Free.
A. J. Sawyer, VJco-Prealdont.
II. S. Freemnu, C'aahler.
If. B. Kvaus, Asst. Cashier.
Frank Parks, Asst Casutw,
P. R. Easlerday, Auditor,
J KoK'ztt been through th you
know how seldom one finds a collar
and a cravat that will go well to
gether. The main reason for this i
that the collar it cither just too big
or jtnt too (mall
Quarter Size
COLLARS
do not bjnd either cravat or neck.
The original and best are
Cluett, 25 cents each
Arrow, 15c each, 2 for 25c
Bol4 everywhere.
CWJETT. PEABODY & CO.
Uakeroof Cluett and Monarch BlilrU.
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bulletin
Today. Hofihonioro (lass meeting, 11
a. in. Memorial hall.
Mooting Inteniass Athletic board, j
M C. A. rooms 11 a. m.
No. ). Kev. (. W. Jones, St Paul's
( Iiurch at chapel
Nov Id -Junior class meeting ("torn
leiture 100m, Chem. Hall
No 11. Music at cliniiel
Medical society meeting 8 p in
Stag inception, state farm. 7 .'lit p m
Nov 12- Nebraska-HR.skell football.
Kansas City.
N'o 111 Beginning Y M (' A wool.
of prayer.
o IS. Freshman I aw hop, No 18,
'04, Fraternity Hall.
Party University woman's building
Nov. 19. Ncbraska-Bellevue football
game.
Meeting of Forestry club. It. 102 Neb.
Hall. 8:00 p. in.
Campus Gleanings
Clarence Stcen visited in Beat lice
Sunday
Clee Club rehearsal tonight at 7
j harp Memorial hall.
Mr Bullock of Norfolk, is pledged to
Phi (lamina Delta.
.1 H Smith '0.1 Is working for M
K. Smith Dry Goods house at Omaha,
Nebr.
Howard Saxton. law 'Oil, who is now
practicing law in Omaha, was in town
jc-torday
CI. II. Logan, law '012. was on t he
campus yesterday, shaking hands with
old friends.
M S S-hallenberger of Alma, Nebr.,
attended the Pni (lamina banquet Sat
urday night
K .1 Ferguson, '03 is working for
the General Electric Compan at
S henectady. N. Y.
A F Meuer 02. Is employed with
the Nelson Morris Pa king Co.. at
Kansas City, Mo.
It. S. Molony of Humboldt. Nebr.,
witnessed the game Saturday and spent
Sunday at the A. T. O house
The Woman's faculty club will meet
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. A. IS. Howell, 518 U. 10.
Ben Conley, of Beatrice, an old uni
versity student visited friends in the
city Saturday and watched the Iowa
game
The Engineering society will meet
tomorrow evening in Mechanics' Arts
hall, room 211. Professor Chatburn
will speak on "Lincoln pavements"
Zobe Townsend, last ear's captain
of the baaeball team, visited hit; fra
ternit brothers Saturday He has a
position in the B & M headquarters
at Omaha
See Fleming. 1211 O street, about
your jewelry; special attention to re
pairing. Don Cameron, lunch count r. 114
So'Tnli st. New table service Hi) So.
12th.
Get the best-r-Hendorson & Ames'
uniforms, at Armstrongs.
I.omlng'a Dairy for lea Cream,
Milk and Confectionary.
Dr. A. It. Mitchell has moved to 145
So. 11th street.
Dr. Lonhoff, 97, has moved to 14.")
So. 11th stree't.
Arm&trong Clothing Company, prac
tical hatters.
1 incoln Local Express, KKW N street.
Both phones.
If you got It at Armstrong's, it's
right.
I Incoln Transfer Co:; beggage
Phone 170.
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Take the World's
Lincoln daily at 4:30 p, m when you go
Only $925 round
: World's Fair Maps
: S. w . Corner J 2th
F. W. CORNELL, P. T. A.
iitiimiHimmiiimxiimimimiiiumTT
Better Investigate
tide merits and advantages offered by the various
railway lines before purchasing tickets The
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry.
has electric-lighted trains, solid vestibuled,
steam heated, equipped with every modern
safety device, heavy steel fint-class road-bed and
many other advantages. Write to
F. A. NASH, General Wistirn Agent, 1524 Farnam Street,
OMAHA, NEB.
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
In his talk before the association
on Sunday afternoon Dr. Stein brought
out the aparent indifference to spirit
ual things on the part of people today
He mentioned the three-fold nature of
man and called attention to the fact
that the intolloctual and even the phy
sical are oftentimes developed to the
neglei t of thejjpirltual
There were three reasons given lor
this (1 ) This is an age of specialists
when men strive for perfection along
one line (2.) The spirit of commer
cialism has so pervaded the lives of
men that all else is forgotten in the
wild rush for wealth. (3.) Atropiiy al
ways arises from disuse. This laat was
especially Impressed that a talent, a
mind, one spiritual lile allowed to fall
nito disuse will soon become useless.
Rr-r Stein's talk was most helpful
and interesting and the moeting was
one of "the best so far held.
Miss Mattle Patrick has left school
on account of .1 health. She went to
her homo at Pawnee City Saturday.
Y. W. C. A. members who have not
paid their dues, will please do so aa
loou as possible. ec the treasurer,
Miss Grace Coppoc-k, at tho Y. W. C.
room on Monday, Wednesday and
Fiidny, 11:30 to 12:30.
Lunches and meals that appeal to
you. Good Health Cafe.
't fc a dead on kp youncli looking aT.
Patronize
the Weber Suitorium
Cln!nz. PrMlnsr, Hying. Repaltlor n
R fitting of Fin. Oothw.
" 78 Automatic l7o
IIIIITHlllTtTTrntlTT
best line to the great B
World's Fair
Fair Special leaving jj
trip, good seven days i
Etc. at city office, i
and O streets.
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DRUG CO.
'TWboIeaaU aiul RttaU
BRUG6ISTS
Autnatt Phanc 1707 JU6 O SlMtt
LINCOLN, NEB.
Sbort time Loans
W Laan Uaacy ta Yau.
SEE US
KOPtE'S LOAN AND TRUST CO.
Raom I OF, Ground rioor FnUmlty BuUJfnc;
J. R. BURLKIGH. MantM
E. E. MANN
Carries a full line of
A. A, WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS
And also Repairs Them.
117 North Eleventh Lincoln
I Songs of All the Collejei
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1100 Mdiijs wonls Hint iminlr- -HOOpit,'
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