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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1905)
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Every toynl University Student
Is Urged to Patronize these
Nebraskan Advertisers, and
to Montion the Paper
While Doing So.
ART GO0&S Robs 1 Curtice.
T1AKERY Mrs. retry.
HARDER SHOPS. Tho Arlfito, Green's
Palace nnd MoruI.
HIOYCI.ES-ATHl.ETIC GOODS - Rl
HOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op. Lin
coln Book Store, Uni. Rook Storo,
Drown I3ntR Co.
DANKH Columbia National. First Na
tional ROOKRINDI. G Gillespie.
ROWLING ALLEY Crescent.
m;SlNE8S COLLEGE Lincoln DubI
nesH College. '
CARPENTER-(Jco. A. Wilson.
( 1GARS Fred A. Powell. Lindsay.
CLEANERS AN71 DYERS Elliott,
CLOTHING- Armstrong. Mageo &
r O A L- Gregory. P. n Smith, Whim-
CONFECTION ERV -Maxwell
DANCING HALL Fraternity Hall.
DISEASES OP EYE, EAR & THROAT
DRUGGISTS Stelncr, Woernpcnor,
Brown, Mann, Rector.
DRY GOODS- Miller R. Paine.
EECTRICvL SUPPLIES Ross Elc--
. trie Co.
EXPRESS -Lincoln Local, Lincoln
FLORISTS -Chapin Bros
Fl'RNITURE Rudr- & Gimnxel. A.
M. Davifa, Hardy.
HAMERDASHHRY $2.50 Hat Store.
HARDWARE -Rudge & Guenzcl, P.
JEWELER Turner, Wolff, E. Flem
LAUNDRIES -Yulo Bros.
LIVERY Forbes Stablos.
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
PHOTOGRAPHER Townsond, llay-
PIANOSRosb P. Curtice Co.
POOL AND BILLIARUS B. P. Pott-
PRINTING George Bros., New Cen
tury Ivy Pross. Rcviow Press, Grif
tln &, Grcor.
RESTAURANTS Westcrfield, Home
Caic, Good Health.
ROLLBR SKATING Auditorium.
SHAaPPOOING Tlio Famous.
SHOE REPAIRING Null and McCoy.
Brno Prout Shop.
SHINING PARLOR Union Shining
STENOGRAPHER Frank E. Le.
TAILORS Un. nd, Union College
Tailors, L'udwig. Kndis.
WAITERS' BUREAU W. D. Graot.
English club meets vlth MIks Alice
Howell at 518 No. ICth.
General Z. T. Sweeney bvmmUs at tin
Har Dr. Swearlngton in U 10G.
Hear Chancellor Andrews at chapel.
OrRanbed Agricultural meetlngH he
gin. JANUARY 17.
Rhodes Scholarship Examination.
Nebraska State Horticultural Society
meeth at the htate farm.
Senior themos due.
Phi Gamma Delta infonniil dancing
party at Walsh hall.
Officers' Hop at Fraternity hall.
Phi Gamma Delta annual "Pig Din
ner" at the chapter house. ' '
Junior Prom at Lincoln hotel.
FEBRUARY l."i .
Cuajter day exercises.
Senior Prom at the Lincoln hotel.
Riibjei t of hocond junior theme mufat
be biibmitted to the department.
Second junior theme due.
'At' the meeting of the Senior Plaj
committee Thursday the Umo for trials
for places In the class lrtay was decided
upon. These trials arc to be held from
7 to 9 every evening during examina
tion week, in U 10G. Twenty minutes
will.be allowed the various aspiiants In
which to do their stunt. Not enough
men have handed in their names as
desiring to tryo uot for these places.
The play to be given Is not yet defi
nitely d (Hided upon, but In nearly ev
ery play there are more men than wo
men In the cast, and moro of the Seu
ior men are urged to try. Names should
be handed to any member of the play
committee, or to Mips Howolla, as soon
a, possible. The copies of the plays
yet to be considered have not come, but
will be reviewed as soon as possible,
and a final choice made
1 wlts.'r Fooler's remarks at convo
cation yesterday moruing apiopos of
the Ait Exhibit were very much in ol
der Thrs is the last day of the exhibit
and everyone should take advantage of
this to see the display again. Such a
rare banco should not be passed by,
for it may never come again to many
of us. The good attendance has made
it possible to more than meet the ex
pense incurred by the exhibit and the
remainder of attendance receipts is to
bo devoted to acquiring a permanent
addition to the pictures owned by the
association. A very material Increase
In this amount will be made If the last
day's attendance In what we ought to
The Phi Delta Phi fraternity will Ini
tiate at the Delta Upsllon house to
night. The following Is tho list of- men
to be Initiated: McLaughlin, Dorrlng
ton, Hewitt, Day, Plansburg, Koysor,
Proudflt, Ramsoy, Eager, Hoar, Davis,
Sprague, Beard. Jainej, Clarke and
John D. Clarke.
Take advantage of our special sub
scription price and subscribe now for
tho. Daily Nebrasknn. The rest of the
year only $1.00.
Elliott's Sultorlum, cleaning, dyeing
arid repairing. Prices reasonable. 1136
0 street. Both phonos.
- (jhanin Bros.. Florists. 127 So. 13th.
For Furs see Steele. 143 S. 12th St
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" For Sale Only at Harley's Drug Store, 11th and O.
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You are Invited to our store. We har. the kind
of Jowolry, WntchcH, Diamonds), Cut Glass and 811
orware that wo are proud to show. We hope to
see you within tho next fow days.
7H..G. WOLFF, ,
a South 13th Street.
Crescent Bowling Alleys
1134 N STREET
TRY A TON OF
"f 0t- For the S
9 W W Heating Stove W
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AUTO 'PHONE 3232
BELL 'PHONE 234
JACOB NORTH AND COMPANY
111Q-112'J M Street
Printers and Bookbinders
A list of University Class Puhlicnliotis )rinlod by us
and which speak for us.
SonSor Annual 1008
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Law Annual, 1QQ8-1Q04
Sombrero, Ctosc, of (895
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THE Printed Stationery you ose
reflect your business Judg
ment. No job & too common to
be neatly done. What you want
when you want it.
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Oliver Theatre Big.. 135 N 13th Street
Shoes Made to Order
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102 & O Stroot
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Expert Cleaners and Pyera :
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