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Every Loyal University Student
Is Urged to Patronize these
Nebraskan Advertisers, and
to Mention the Paper
While Doing So.
y ART GOCft)S Robb P. Curtice.
BARBER SHOP Green'B, Palace and
Mogul, tho Arlsto.
BICYCLES-ATHLETIC GOODS Si
dles. BOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coln Book Store, Unl. Book Store,
Brown Drug Co.
BOOK HOSPITAL Gillespie.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional BOOKBINDL G Gillespie.
BOWLING ALLEY Crescent.
CARPENTER Geo. A. Wilson.
.CIGARS Fred A. Powell, Royle &
CLEANERS AND DYERS Elliott.
Soukup & Wood.
CLOTHING Armstrong, Mageo &
COAL Gregory, P. D. Smith, Whito
breant. CONFECTIONERY Maxwell, Lincoln
DANCINQ H A LL Fraternity Hall.
DENTIST Dr. Jack.
DISEASES OF EYE, EAR & THROAT
D0CT0R8 Dr. Mitchell; Dr. Lenhoff.
DRUGGISTS Stoincr, Woomponer,
Brown, Mann, Rector.
DRY GOODS Miller ft Paine.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Ross Elec
EXPRESS Lincoln Local, Lincoln
FLORISTS Chapin Bros.
FURNITURE Rudge & Giioncl. A.
M. Darin, Hardy.
G ROCERS Keystone.
hAuERDASHERT $2.50 Hat Store.
HARDWARE Rudge fc Guenzol, F.
- HOTELS Llndell
.1EWEI ER Tucker, Wolff, E. Flem
ing. LAUNDRIES Tule Bros.
AIILLINERS The Famous.
NOVEI.TT MACHINIST Thorp.
u.TICIANS Dr. J. J. Daris, .. olff.
PHOTOGRAPHER Townsend,-- Hay
den. PIANOS Roes' P. Curtice Co.
POOL AND BILLIARDS B. P. Pow
ell, The Ideal.
PRINTING George Bros., New Cen
tury, Ivy Press, Review Press, Grif
fin & Greer.
RESTAURANTS "Tfesterfleld, "Home
Cafe, Uni. School of Music Cafe,
SHOE REPAIRING Null and McCoy.
Blue Front Shop.
SHINING PARLOR Union Shinin
STENOGRAPHER Frank E. E.
SUITORIUM Weber, .
TAILORS Uni 'nd, Union College
Questions for the Second Argu
ment in Rhetoric 13.
Tho Introduction to the brief for tho
eccond nrgument will be due at 5
o'clock, Wednesday, Nov 23.
Subjects not in the following list
should be submitted to ProfeFSor Fogg
not Inter than Monday Nov. 14, foi ap
proval. I. Should tho president of tho
United States be elected for six years
and be ineligible or reelection?
2 In criminal cases should a ma
jority oT jurors be allowed to render
3. Should the policy of the United
StMos be not to hold territorj permn
rently unless with the purpose that it
shall ultimately enjoy statehood''
4. Should trial by magistrate sup
l.lant trial by jury?
5. It the United States paying th?
riilronds an excetslvo rate for carrying
6. Should Nebraska pass a compul
forj ting law.
7. Was the passage of the Fifteenth
8. Is it desirable thnt in large ( itiec
saloons should be kept open certain
hours on Sunday?
!) Should the right of sufnage bo
limited to persons who (an lead and
li! Should there be a national di
II. For economic reasons should the
government own and operate the rail
roads? 12. Is education a au.se ol negro
13. Should the constitution of Ne
braska be changed so as to allow the
leading of -the Bible In the public
14. Should Nebraska hae a iww ioii
btitution? 15. Are sympathetic strike.1, justifi
able? 11. Should there lie a national lac
t( ry law?
17 Is the system of branch-banking
desirable in the United States'
IS Can rain bo produced b arti
19 Are the prim iples of state fo
( ialibiii essential to the highest deel
cpment of civilization''
20. Should congress limit I lie i ower
of 'government by injunction" in laboi
21 Should the whipping jc.-t be ic
22. Was slavery disappearing from
l lie border states just prior to the Chil
23. Should Nebraska adopt the
South Carolina dispensary system9
21 Is it for the bes't Interests ol
college football that graduate coach
ing be instituted in place of coaching
25. Should the giving of railroad
passes be prohibited by law?
2(. Should the army canteen be re
established? 27. Is the Subway Taern (New
York) to be commended?
28. Should the state furnish free
text-books to pupils in the public
29. Is it desirable that the labor of
jrarried women in factories be abol
ished by law?
30. Should judges of the United
States Supremo Court be appointed for
fixed torms rather than for life?
31. Should the United States estab
lish a school to train men for the dip
32. Aro acquired cJuuflcteristics
33. Should the president of the
United States be elected by direct-pop.,
Frank E. Lee, Public Stenographer
and Notary. M biographic letters;
perfect imitation. 501-502 Richards
Blk. Auto 1155.
Sunday, November 13th, a 10c Cigar for 5c
To Intrbdu e a new brand we will sell the J06 straight size for 5c.
Not more than five to one person, p
FRED J. POttELL
Oliver Theatre Block
Via The Burlington
ST, LOUIS & RETURN XSIS:
ST. LOUIS & RETURN- dD:XNov'mt" F"'""
ST. LOUIS & RETURN ! lrmbcr Um" $17,20
December 1 5
P.UIPARn 9, QCTIIRN Daily to November 30. Limit
CHICAGO & RETURN
limit Dec con in
St. Louis VtUilU
7th Street, between P and Q
Telephone, Burlington 1290
City Ticket Offico,
10th and 0 Streets. Telephones:
TRY A TON OF
5P ivU Heating Stovo
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Refunded.
I White breast Co. -L
AUTO 'PHONE 3232 BELL 'PHONE 234
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I jy' m. G. AOLFF, 139 so. 13th I
We offer solid gold watches at special rices during
this week. Solid gold open face, ladies' size, Elgin
movement, $J6. Same in hunting case $21 to $75.
It vili pay you to investigate this.
The Lincoln Candy Kitchen
1337 O Strost
Manufacturers of Home Mads Candy
Buttorswoot. Best in the City
All Kinds of Toy Novelties,
TRY OUR CANDIES
Wholciale and Retail
Automatic Phone J707 1U6 O Street
T. J. THORPE CO,
All KWs of Repaid
Locksmiths and Platers
309 So. J? th LINCOLN
The Ideal ROYL,rE"
Of are. Tobacco and
Drink. Diiiitmis ana rooi
TEN NEW TABLES
SOU O Street LINCOLN, NEB.
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Account National Grange
Patrons of Husbandry. Dates
of sale Nov. 8 to i 2, inclusive.
Final return limit, Dec. 3 J.
Inquire at 1044 O Street
E. B. SLOSSON, Gen.Agt
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