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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1904)
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tCbe Dalit Tic hi Nftan
in the City
Thoso who have ordered Sophomoio
taps mny obtain them nt Miller &
All kinds of
German 1 it 1 meets Tlmisday even
Iiir with MIkb Vnndfcor, 225 South
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The Lincoln Gandy Kitchen
1337 O Stroot
The First National Bank
of Unceta, Nt.
UNITED STATBf DBPOSITORV.
Capital 9 I04.00MI
Undivided relte . . 4t,WfcH
B. H. Burnham, Prej.
A. J. Sa-ww, Vice-Pfealdeat.
H. 8. Fraeman, Oaefatar.
H. B. Rvane, Asst. Casaler.
Frank Parka, Aast. Gaahler.
P. R. Easterd'ay, AuiiUr.
Dr. J. J. Davis
pacttcies and Eyeglasses Fitted to Relieve
Headaches and Eye Strain.
932 O Stfwt Auto Phont 102 1 , Re ifdcoct 21 1 1
( V. ef It. '91 )
NOTICE: Party taking oeuoat
from Nebraska liall is known Return
to hall at once or expect trouble.
All pontons desiring positions as
high Hchool or grade teachers, are to-quof-ted
to see Mrs. Clark at once.
Senior Piom. committee meets Krl
day morning at 11 o'clock In U10G. Im
inrtnnt R. H. WHITE.
ChrlHtmns vacation begins Wed.ics
day, December 21. fi p. m.; ends Wed
nesday, January 4, 8 a. m. Rates on
All Seniors must have their pictures
taken at Townseiul's by next Saturday
in order to get them Into the Senior
Mr. Hnrold E. jUonser will address
all girls in Memorial hall on Sunday
at :i p. m. His subject will be "20th
Century Woman, Her Place and
tlttu.Zht Coal man
NO. 1044 O STREET
Oalt Of LINCOLN,
Little- (Jem Hot
Wattles nnd Fine
I J 7-12 I North 13
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1136 O STREET
Wedding InYltationi, Bill Programi,
and all Mr as of Commri tal Print tna.
Cm ptt Cmmri
"jVfL'ST l)c Quarter Size
1T Collin, tliafis they llliist
be precisely rijrlit and made
of fituffwhiih will not shrink,
'lite Cluett and Arrow Col
lars are rightly made of
Cluett, 25 cents
Arrow, IS cents
each or 2 for '25 cents
Cluett, Peabody & Co.
Makers of Cluett uml Monarch Shirts
There will be a meeting of the Inter-class-
athletic committee in the Y. M.
C. A. room Tuesday morning nt 11
o'clock. Every representative of ovcry
class should1 be prosent as important
business Is to be transacted.
The university Herbarium has just
received a set of 234 spelces of plants
collected on the Olympic mountain?
of the state of Washington. They
come from a region which has been
scarcely studied at all by botanists.
It Ls voty much desiied by the com
ir'ttee In ihnrge of the Cornhusker
banquet, which will be heltl at the I. in
dell next Monday, that those Intending
to go, ' purchase their tickets at the
earliest possible moment, In order that
exact arrangements may bo made.
Tickets v. Ill be on sale only a limited
The usual Glee club rehearsal will
be held at 7 p. m. tomorrow evening In
UlbC. There are still vacant places In
the bass, and as the season is getting
on, and' new pieces are being learned
any applicants for positions in either
first or second bass should hand in
their names to Director Eames 'or
Manager Williams at once.
Dr. Henry B. Ward goes to St. Joe
Saturday on behalf of the Association
of American Medical Colleges to re
port on the equipment and teaching In
the Medical college at that place.
Rhetoric (13) was dismissed yester
day, ho as to give the members of the
clash ample time to prepare their
briefs that wHT be due tomorrow.
Students In Roman Archaeology un
der Prot. Barber, are required to hand
in a 500-word theme each, on some
special feature of Ancient Rome.
Mr. Mclloynolds. the university
electrician, is busy fixing up the lights
and putting new ones in the library
TJxe shower baths in the men's gym
nasium are giving a great deal of
trouble, owing to Hie unequal distri
bution of hot and cold water. .
Chicago, St, Paul,
Council Bluffs and
JTS ALL RIGHT;
CITYTICKET orFICE 1512 FARNAM'ST.
UNION DEPOT OMAHA.
the merits and advantages offered by the various
railway lines before purchasing: tickets. The
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry.
has electric-lighted trains, solid vestibufed,
steam heated, equipped with every modern
safety device, heavy steel first-class road-bed and
many other advantages Write to
F, A. NASH. General Western Agent, 1524 Farnam Street,
The newest and finest Barber
Shop in Nebraska. Particu
lar attention given to face,
neck and scalp massaging. o
1206 O St., Burr Block
ROSS ELECTRIC CO.
122 No. 14th
Mitcttlt SuppHo. Window Lighting, HUctrie Slpu,
at, Bhcttlc And Combination Fixtures, Dynatnp
-1"- House and Store Wiring
AUtowW BlTi.r Rplr, LINCOLN. NE1
Short time Leans
W Ln Kmr U Y.
PEOPLE'S LOAN AND TRUST GO.
'om 107, Gmin4 Fltor FrtmJtY Buttta
J. R. BURLBICH. Man(
Oyster stew 25 cents at Cameion's
new Restaurant. 119 South 12th.
Dinners and suppers $2.G0 per week.
The Ttoine Cafe, 2H S. 12th.
Get the best Henderson &. Ames"
uniforms, at Armstrongs.
Armstrong Clothing Company, prac
Lincoln Local Express, 103J N street.
Lincoln Transfer Co.; utgfcago.
GEO. A. WIL80N
Contractor and Builder
MttlmaU FumUhtd upon Application,
lob Work Promptly Attended to.
34B . Ith Lincoln. Net).
MANN, the Druggist
For Perfumes and
1 1 7-N llth Street LINCOLN
Auto 1202 Belt 14?
SOUKUP & WOOD
Expert Cleaners and Dyera
Include in 1h?fhfcp EM9J
25,000 NE,W WORDS. Etc.
New Garttr of tk World
Now Biographical Dictionary
Edited by W. T. II AMUS, Ph.D., LL.1.,
U. 8. CommlMionor of Education.
2380 Quarto Pages.
Alw Webster's CoUestste Dictionary itu
1119 pairefcWUtttralipsM Slie i Irtfyln.
A Special Thin Paper Edition De LUxc
limp ooytn and roaad corntr. Bfaoi tUyjtl'.j.
FREE, "A TeatlaPronunclatloa," Iwtruct.
It nd eatcrtalniof. Alto llloitrated panpalrti.
G. 6 C ME.RRIAM CO.
Publisbora. SprlngfUld. Mass,
If you got It at Armstrojg's. it's
1320 N Street
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