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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1904)
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TODAY "Everyman." Oliver theater
8:16 p. m.
Perehlng Rifles drill, Armory, 7:15
Chess Club meeting Y. M. O. A.
rooms, 7:30 p. m.
DISC. 2 Mooting Graduqto club, Prof.
and Mrs. Sherman, 1234 J.
Music at Convocation.
DEC. 3 Meeting English club with
Miss Garbor, 1846 Washington.
DEC. 10 Y. W. C. A. County Fair.
Cornhuskor Informal, Walsh hall.
Basketball, Nebraska vs. Wesleyan,
DEC. 7 Engineering club meeting.
Earl O. Spofford, '03, is teaching in
tho Central high school at Portland,
A. Q. PALDING It MOt.
Okleaco . Umi
Sam'Traaoteeo Iumi Olty
fttfsyff Bpaldiaff! lull and
foertt OatatoffqaT If a fna.
Cheijs club Thutaday evening 7:30,
Y. M. O. A. rooms. Committees report.
Harvey A. Harrod, ex-'05, 1b taking
art work at the Lincoln Art school in
Naw York city.
Pershing Rifle drill tonight, 7:15.
Drill will be short in order to enable
members to attend "Everyman."
Dr. J. J. Davis
Haadiflti nod Byef luta FltUd to Relleva
HaicbM a&4 Eya Strain.
03 O ttoMt Auto Phon iW, Rd4acf 281 1
'Cb Coal Wan
NO. 1044 O STRBBT
Llttlo Gem Hot
1 17-121 North 13
Quizzes havo been resumed in Bot
any 1, and1 are to continue in some
form until tho holidays.
The students in Botany 1, are now
taking up the work of imbedding spec
imens and cutting them on the mi
Grif Iin-6reer Printing
Company 36 o stREff
WcUksg Invitations, BU Program,
and aO UnU of Commmial Ptmttna.
On Fridnv ovoninnr Prof. Beasey is
to give a lecture before the School of
Agriculture on "Tho Caucasus Moun
tains and Their People."
Business men and Michigan alumni
at Alpena have organized the Alpena
High School Scholarship imna asso
plation, with the object of providing
funds annually for two or more high
school graduates at the university. H.
P. Breltenbach, '01, has been a moving
spirit in organizing the association,
which promises to be most successful.
The society alms to have fifty sub
scribers at $10 a year for five years,
and will be Incorporated. The scheme
is similar to that of various other lo
cal organizations throughout the state,
Which have been successful in their
otforts In this direction, and have sent
many students to the university. For
tho first five years tho money paid in
provides a permanent fund. After that
time the annual payments on the loans
are expected to keep up tho fund
A course In scientific baking may
soon be established at Purdue. The
bakers of the state Btrongly urge this
study being added to tho curriculum.
The argument Is used that nothing
nntora mnrfl lartmlv Into the dally
food of the whole people that bread,
and It Is In tho Interest of the public
health that this bo produced under
the most up-to-date sanitary and sci
MUST be Quarter Size
Collars, that is they must
be precisely right and jnade
of stuff which will not shrink.
The Cluett and Arrow Col
lars are ricrhtlv made of
i shrunk fabrics.
Cludtt, 25 cents
Arrow, IS cents
each or 2 for 25 cents
Cluett, Peabody h Co.
Uakers of Cluett and Monarch Shirt
It is reported that Theodore Roose
velt will accept the presidency of his
Alma Mater, Harvard college, after tho
expiration of his present term.
Frank. E. Loe, Public Stenographer
and Notary. Mlnuaographlc lottors;
perfect Imitation. 501-502 Rlchatda
Blk. Auto 1155.
Erie B. Woodward, M- D., diseases
of eye, ear and tfcroat. 207-8 Richards
block. Phone 666.
The Right lad
Chicago, St, Paul,
Council Bluffs and
ITS ALL RIGHT,
CITY.TICKET OFFICE 1512 FARNAM ST.
UNION DEPOT OMAHA.
the merits and advantage offered by thevartous
railway tines before purchasing tickets. The
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry.
has electric-lighted train, solid vestlbuled,
steam heated, equipped with every modern
safety device, heavy steel first-class road-bed and
many other advantages. Write to
F. A. NASH, Gmeral Wistirn Agint, 1524 Farnam Stmt,
A WELCOME GIFT IN ANY HOMH
Bon Bona and Venetian chocolates at
Maxwell's, Thirteenth and N.
Get tho beat Henderson & Ames
uniforms, at Armstrongs.
Lincoln Local Bxprsas, 10t0 N atmC
Armstrong'Olothlns Company, prKh
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r Lincoln " Transfer Co.; -"pa.ggaR.-
Phone 170. .
K yoji got it at Armstrong's, tt'l
SONGS OF ALL THE COLLEGES
Everyone likes a college song, and thii bookvii an
ideal gift to place on the piano for one's friends to
enjoy, even though one tings not at all himself
CLOTH, IK TASTEFUL. DMIQN FOR C1IBMTKAS OB B1KTKDAT
All the NSW tonip - $1 SO postpaid' All the OLD ump
AT ALL BOOK STORES XSD MTJSICTJEALERS
or tent oh afrovat by tht Publithtrr
HINDS & NOBLE 31 33 35 W. 15th SI, N. Y. City,
Sekoolbookt of all fublUhtrt at ont ttort
ROSS ELECTRIC CO. '
122 No. 14th
fcbcttU Supplies, Whufew Lighting, ElMttk Sigs,
s, Bbctrfs and Combination Flstuws, Dynamo
'r10-- House and Stin Wiring
AUU.UtfEJ.T.t., X,ptln LNC0LN, NEk
a. Blue Front
Jy Shoe Shop
1336 O 9ir
T. J. THORPE CO.
LeohMiiiif wul PMMt
509 So. IIA UKCOUf
The Lincoln .Candy Kitchen
1337 O Street
Manufacturers of Home Made Candy
Bultersweet, Best In the City
All Kinds of Toy Novelties
TRY OUR CANDIE8
Lindsctfs Cigar Stort
CARRIES MAGAZINES AND PIPES
Cff Eludsep's mixture
Or SMOKING TQBACCO
Ml Nodh Uth St LINCOLN, KMM
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