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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1905)
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Profeasot Bessoy has boon olectcd
an honorary member of tho University
AfUST be Quarter Size
ir Collars, that is they must
be precisely ritfht and made
of stuff which will not shrink.
The Cluctt and Arrow Col
lars arc riffhtly made of
Cluett, 25 cents
Arrow, IS cents
each or 2 for 25 cents
a?"M . .. S S? j Ml UhMii Vflll Clt t Bt
I SB HUCnoi wucuuiiu rauiwn ii jiiii i
Howard Saxton, Law '02, now prac
ticing law In Omaha, was a campus vis
O. D. Harvoy, '03, who Is teaching in
the Kansas City high schools, was In
Tho now report of the regents gives
tho total valuo of all tho property of
tho University at 2,353,970.46.
L. E. Troyor, U. of N. '92, is now In
Porto Rico, when he holds an Impor
tant government position at Caomo.
Little Gom Hot
Waffles and Fine
JI7-J21 North J3
The First National Bank
f Unotkk, Hwb.
UN1TB5 VTATW DBP08ITOHY.
Cafltal I IM.0M
UftdlvMf frelta .. MHiM
t, at Bttrahaa, Prtm.
A, J. Wvmjt, Vloft-rmldtmt
B. I. frMmaa, OMfctor.
K. B. Br&ni, Aait. OMiait.
Frank Parfci, Aaet Oaakfear,
1 ft. EasUrdaj, Auditor.
Ztbt Coal IVan
N 1044 O STRUT
Includes In the New Cdltlon
25,000 NE.W WORDS, Etc.
New Gazetteer of the World
New Biographical Dictionary
Edited by W.T. IIAUUIB. Ph.D., LL.I).,
U. B. Coramlasloncr of Education.
2380 Quarto Paget. 5000 Uluairatlons.
Hew PUUe. Itlch Wmllng
Abo Webster's Collegiate Dictionary wiih
lllOpacte. 1100 IUutntloiu. Btu l 7ilftUHB-
A 8pecUIThln Paper Edition De Luxe
VrUtml from Mm pUtca u reg-uUr eJHlim. It baa
limp ooyermX round conun Site i fi i8,ji1 K.
FREE, "A Teat in Pronunciation," iutmct
It um) entorteiainc. Alto Uhutretal punphlcti.
G. & C. MEJUUAM CO.
Publishers, Oprlntfleld, Mass.
George Tunison and 0. E. Costello
havo announced themselves as candi
dates for tho presidency of tho Junior
class tho coming semester.
On Wednesday Professor Heald road
a paper on "Mothode of Investigating
Plant Diseases" before the Horticultur
al society. It was well received and
attracted a good deal of attention.
The candidates that have announced
themselves for tho presidency of the
Sophomore class are Dwight L. Cramer
and Ray Flndloy. Both these candi
dates are supported by a good follow
ing and' the contest promises to be a
Bids for boxes at the Glee club con
cert, to bo given by tho Glee club at
tho Oliver February 16th, will bo re
ceived by Manager Dierks until next
Wednesday, Jan. 26th. These bids
must bo sent by letter to Martin H.
Dierks, 1630 G street, Lincoln.
"Cl?e Rjgt Road
Chicago, St. Paul,
Council Bluffs and
ITS ALL RIGHT,
CITY TICKET OFFICE 1512 FARNAM ST.
UNION DEPOT OMAHA.
WV V , n
The annual Young Men's Christian
Association banquet will bo held at the
Lindell hotel, Friday evening, March 3.
An early date was chosen in order to
avoid conflicts with other organiza
tions. A member of tho International
committee and ajso a member of tho
state commltteo will bo present at the
banquet and give short talks.
The Zoological club will meet Mon
day evening, January 23. In the Zoolog
ical lecture room, M 301. Mr. W. A.
Wlllard will give a short talk on "Re
cent Studies on the Cell by Rhode"
and Mr. R. T. Young will discuss the
"Studies on tho Polycephalous Hyda
tids by Kan8oraaller." Visitors are al
ways welcome to the meotlng of the
U36 O STREET
WcAUigr InvltatUoi, Bail PreTM,
n4 all kinsa ef Comma ralal tStatfcftV
R. H. QILLESPII
Pkos JJ40 J24 0 Street
The "Dinner Pall" preacher, Rev.
George L. McNutt, will speak Sunday
afternoon at tho men's mass meotlng In
tho Oliver theater. His subject is
"Who's Queer?" Rev. McNutt is a
collego graduate, who, aftor tho com
pletion of hlo course worked for sov-
oral years as a common laborer In or
dor to familiarize himself with tholr
habits of life. He is a man of great
personal magnetism and presents hiB
subject In an offectlvo manner.
Pleasant furnished room for rent.
527 S. 11th street. Rent cheap. Come
quick. For gentlemen or lady. In
quire at Y. W. C. A. botweon 11:30 and
tlbe fraternity JSullfcing
Corner 18 th sad N Streets
Taulkner A Sharp, Props.
Seaaial Rataa for Fraternity Dancaa.
VaUsVsBMJ Automatic 1974, BU 974
Rildnc, Automatic 67,tfH7
We have alwtya been known u the
Thli iiuon wc ar turning, out better wr1l
than vr. W want your bustnaaa.
The newest And finest Bitbti
Shop In Nebraska. Pjutfctf
lar Attention given to face,
neck And scalp managing, j
1206 O St., Burr Block
Airtoaaatta Pknt j 707 f U Q Stmt
ss s a4 one keep youraaQ t
the Wtber Suitorium
" Aateautlc l74
YULE BROS.' HAND LAUNDRY
1514 O Street
All write-ups of Seniors and pictures
must bo in tho hands of the commit
tee by Saturday or they will be too
late to get In tho Senior book.
Take advantage of our special sub
scription prlco and subscribe now for
the Dally Nebraskan. Tho rest of the
year only SI. 00.
T. J. THORPE Ci
AH tClnia ! Repairs
Lookimlttts Mi PlaUrt
309 S. 11th LINCOLN
THHRB IS NO
Watch, ClocK or Arllclt ol Jewelry
Oyster stow 25 cents at Cameron's
new Restaurant, 119 South 12th.
Get tho beat Henderson & Ames
uniforms, at Armstrongs.
Union Shining Parlors. Shine, 5c.
Chairs for ladles. 1018 O street
Tfi-noli hnmn.moila pnnrilAR nt Mu-
well's, 1426 O St. and 13th and N S&W
Lincoln Transfer Co.; b&ggag.
Chanln Bros., FlorlstB, 127 So. 13th.
CANNOT REP AIK
O. A. Tucker, Juular
W-Phaa. Befl 014. Aute SS4
Shoes Made to Order
NULL fc WcGOY,
1520 O Stroot
The Unl. School of Music Cafe.
Auto 1202 Bell 147
80UKUP & WOOD
Expert Cleaners and Dyers
1320 N Street LINCOLN, Nil
Fast dally train
Chicago & North
Missouri River to
Ing at Chicago
all points East.
service via the
railway from the'
with all lines for
The trains of the
are most completely equipped for the
safety and comfort of patrons.
The Best of Everything
Tlcktts nnJ full Information on application to
R. W. McQINNIS, Agent, v
1024 O Street.
Chicago & North-Westera Railway
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