The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 07, 1904, Page 3, Image 3

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
EVery Loyal University Student
Is Urged to Patronizo these
Nebraskan Advertisers, and
to Mention the Paper
While Doing 80.
ART GOODS Rota TV Curtice.
BARBER SHOPS. The Arlsto, Green's
Palace and Mogul.
BICYCLES-ATHLETIC GOODS Si
dles, Girard.
BOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op. Lin
coln Book Store, Unl. Book Store,
Brown Drug Co.
BOOK HOSPITAL Gillespie.
HANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional BOOKBINDL G Gillespie.
BOWLING ALLEY Crescent.
CARPENTER Geo. A. Wilson.
CIGARS Fred A. Powell, Royle Jb
Yalker, Lindsay.
CLEANERS AND DYERS Elliott,
Sonkup & Wood.
CLOTHING Armstronc. Magee &
Deemer, Unland.
COAL Gregory, P. D. Smith, White
breast. CONFECTIONERY Maxwell, Lincoln
Candy Kitchen.
DANCTNG HALL Fraternity Hall.
DISEASES OF EYE, EAR & THROAT
Dr. Woodard.
DRUGGISTS Stelner, Woempentr.
Brown, Mann, Rector.
DRY GOODS Miller Palno.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Ro Elc-
tric Co.
EXPRESS Lincoln Looal, Lhil
Transfer.
FLORISTS Chapin Bros.
FURNITURE Rudg OmmiI, A.
M. Davis, Hardy.
FURRIER Steele.
GROCERS -Key toa.
HAiiERDASHBRT $8.M Mat' frr.
HARDWARE Rudt A Gutil, F.
B. Lakr.
HOTELS Lindoll.
JEWELER Tucker, Wolff, E. Flaw
ing. LAUNDRIES Yul Bros.
LUMBER Dlerk.
MILLINERS Th Famous.
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
OPTICIANS Dr. J. J. DaTit, ..olf.
PHOTOGRAPHER Townwnd, Hay
den, Kennedy.
PIANOS Row P. Curtice Co.
POOL AND BILLIARDS B. P. Pow
ell. Th Ideal.
PRINTING George Bros., New Ca
tury, Ivy Pres, Rerlew Press, Grir
fln & Greer.
RESTAURANTS Waterfieid, Homi
Cafe, Unl. School of Music Cafe.
Good Health.
ROLLER SKATING Auditorium.
SHOES Sanderson.
SHOE RBPAIRJNa Null and McCoy.
Blue Front Shop.
SHINING PARLOR tinlon-'Shinlac
Parlor.
STENOGRAPHER Frank E. h.
SUITORIUM. Weber,
ElHotta.
TAILORS-rUn. ud, Union College
Tailors, Ludwlg.
TYPEWRITER Remington.
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For Sale Only at Harley's
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Inr Society
A recent Item In The Nebinskau
stated that Sigma Chi wns tho first
fraternity .to be granted n natlonnl
chatter in the university. This was a
mistake. Sigma Clil has had the long
est continuous history here, but Phi
Delta Theta held the first charter.
A number of unl'vcralty men will
give an informal dance on Thut.id.iy
evening at Pitts' dancing academy.
On Saturday ovenlng Delta Upsilon
will givo an elaborate banquet at the
Fratornlty house In honor of visiting
gUCBtfi.
Alpha Tan Omega has been toned to
abandon its comfortable home on ac
count of its salo. At present they are
pecking another Jocatlon.
Delta Upsilon will gic a dancu Fri
day evening at Walsh hall. This is
tho annual formal dance and many
out-of-town visitors are expected.
The Cotinty Fair promises- to be the
social ovont of the week. The sorority
girls are busy making costumes and
rehearsing for their various "stunts."
The dance ghen at Walsh hall by
Kappa Kappa Gamma was a most suc
cessful affair. The hall was aitisti:--ally
decorated in the sorority colors.
The members initiated this year were
introduced.
The Phi Delta Theta freshmen en
tedtained the freshmen of the other
fraternities at a smoker Saturday ev
ening. Moat ot the time was ppent in
getting acquainted.
A dance will probably be 'given at
tho Dormitory before the Christmas
vacation. No definite da'e hns yet ben
announced.
On Saturday evening the girls held
an informal dance in the reception
room on the first floor.
The Fancy Diess Ball, given by the
girls of the Pan Hellenic council on
Saturday evening was one of the most
enjoyable affairs of the soason. The
Art 100m was filled with many varied
and attractive costumes. There were
many "little girls' " costumes, which
were especially bocaming. .Fortune
tellers, nurses, gypsies, dancers, and
"Martha Washingtons," mingled to
gether ior a delightful evening's en
tertainment. W. H. Jcnne, '00, who is traveling
for a New York dry goods house, was
on the campus Saturday.
H. H. Smith is helping In the organ
ization of the military company nt the
Plate farm.
Chemistiy 9 and 35 have at last
started commencing Monday, Decem
ber 5.
Mi. s Ina Smith's parents have re
moved to I incoln and are nenv living
at Sixteenth and Q.
Can you skate?
ICvertry roller skating?
If not, come down some eveniug and
try; if you do skate, you will appreci
ate tho efforts of tho management In
providing this great sport for the peo
plo ot Lincoln. The Auditorium Rol
ler Skating Rink has a new hardwood
floor and Is equipped with Richurdson
ball-bearing skates. Admission after
noon, ladles free evening ladles 15c ,
gents 20c. Rent of skates 20c.
Clbsing out several lines of fine
Sweaters ujTCo $4.00 for a few days nt
?1.50. Palne's Clothing Store.
Chanfn Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
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JACOB NORTH
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Printers and
A list of University Class
and which
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Law Annua,
Special Piano Values..
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Peremtory
Sale
New Mahogany Upright,
-neat, plain case reduced to.. 512."
Grand Cabinet Uprights,
in mahogany case, Ivory
keH, wonderful alue at the
new price of $15f
Cabinet Grand Upiights, In
beautifully carved oik and
mahogany cases; with man
dolin attachment, reduced
to $175
Reliable Cabinet Grand
Uptight, of eastern make,
possessing an unusually
sweet tone $20)
Celebrated 'make Uprights
A few left over out of this
ear's catalogues. Reduced
nearly $100. An unparalleled
opportunity. Choice at $285
Several Elaborate Everett Up
rights, in choicest fancy woods.
Both new and used instruments.
A bona fide chance to obtain a
fine instrument for n very low
.price.
New Odd Style I vers & Pond
now offered at lower prices than
we have over sold these stand
aid instruments. Anyone desir
ing an Ivors & Pond will do well
to make an early visit of Inspec
tion. Easy monthly payments may
Ui arranged. Modera Stool and
Handsome Searl - included - at
above prices. Out-of-town pur
chasers should also take ad-vantago-of
tho abov special of
fering. Freights are low n,nd
we olodo ouraelvfcg to make a
most caret ul selection. In tho
event of- any of the abpve pianos
proving not entirely satisfactory
and on that account being re
turned to us, wo will cheerfully
pay freight both ways.
Do not fall to make.an early
visit of inspection.
PICTURE) AND FRAME BAR
GAINS. Wo are closing out our entire
stock of plotures and frames at
a groat discount.
Buy early and get tho first
choice.
ROSS P. CURTICE CO,
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Bookbinders
PnblicnliouB pr.nteri by us
speak for us.
Sombropc, Claoo of 1895
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" " 1902
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Right Prices
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Wclsbnch AIa:itlc',
WdHbach Air Durnors
Gymnasium Suits,
-Track Sulttv Swiators.
Bicycles and Repairs,
Phonographs.
SIDLES CYCLE CO.
1317 0 St.
The College Man
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Ii Particular About H:i Short
amtrtwo
THE WALKOVER SHOE
Is ' the best ehoc for men's
feet. Cur I'ne Is strictly up-to-date.
Call and let us
show them.
Rogers & Perkins
Successor to Perkins & Sficilon Co,
.-'-1129 O Street
The Ideal uyntlwl
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CANNOT REPAIR
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