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THE OAIL.Y NEBRASICAIN.
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Kverj Loyal University Student la
gorged to pittronlxo tlicao Nobrav-
Jtim ndvortUera, nud to mention
the pnper while doing ho. t t t
CIGARS AND TOBACCO Oliver Ci
BARBER SHOPS The. Arlsto, Green's
Palace, Mogul, George's Place. .
BOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coln Book- Store, Uni Book Store,
Brown Drug Co., Harry PjJrtor.
BOOK HOSPITAL Gillespie.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional. BOWLING ALLEY Crescent.
. CANDIES Woodward Candy Co.
CARPENTER Geo. A. Wilson.
CATERER "Tommy," afRIggs Drug
Store. ? '
CLEANERS AND DYERS Soukup &
' CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Mu
gee and Doemor.
COAL Gregory, Whltehroast.
DANCING SCHOOL Pitts.
DRUGGISTS Steinor & Woompener,
Brown, Mann, Rector, Harley, RIggs.
DRY GOODS Miller & Palnq, Horpol
shelmer. , , '3 ' ' .
EXPRESS Lincoln Local.-
FLORISTS Chapin Bros.
. FURNITURE Rudge & Guonzel Co.,
GROCERS O. J. King & Son.
HABERDASHERY $2.50 Hat Store.
HARDWARE Rudge & Guenzel Co.
ICE CREAM AND ICES Franklin Ice
JEWELER Tucker, Hallett.
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros.
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
PRINTING Georgo Tiros., Now Cen
tury, Ivy Press, Review Press, Greer
. RESTAURANTS Westerilold, Cam
eron; Good Health, Don's Cafe.
SHINING PARLOR Union Shining
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Tailors, Ludwlg. .
Start tjio school year right;- by set
ting a nice engraved or panted vcnrd.
Geprgo Bros., printers, Fraternity
BIdg., 13th and N Sts.
Our MleratcoDii. Mlcralonui. Lifcoralnir Dint.
war,- Cbiralcil Apparatus, Chtmlcalc, photo
kiniii ana onuucii, rieia uiauit, rrojacuon
fppimui, rooio-micro tamaras art una m
i oratories and
I Bound tha World
Bausch & Lomb Opt Co.
Rochester, n. V,
k New York' Chicago Boiton Trmnkbrt. GV;
AnyonoBenfling a sketch ana description may
Quiokir ascertain our opinion free wneiuer an
invention is prooaDijr
Mona strictly oonfldentlal
ant free. Uldest aoener
rntenta taken through Munn Sc,
aptcltU notice, without charge, la the
MulOQiv on I'atenU
Idest agency for aeourinir oatenta.
rurougn Munn as, vo. receive
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Traeat clr
culatlon of anr aelentlOo Journal. Terms, 13 a
rsar: lour monini, u om djmi newaaeaier.
9. Pfl 381Bre4way,
Branch Office, 696 P Bt, Washington. B.
Rnto ono Cont por word each Insertion;
minimum, ten cents.
A PLACE to got a good J2.G0 hat. $2.00
Hat Storo, 1141 O St.
FOUNTAIN pen, good condition. Ad
dress Nebrasknn, No. 1.
PIANOi now, good make, at a bargain.
Address Nebrnskan, No. 2.
-BICYCLE, first-class, now, at a reduc
tion. No. 3, Nobraskan.
CADET- uniform In good condition, soc-ond-hand.
Address Nobraskan 4.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
STRICTLY modern rooms for men
only. 223 N. 14th St. Auto, phono 2GG7.
FOR RENT In a quiet homo, two pleas
ant modern roomB for ladles, at 1439 R St.
NICELY furnished east room. Best
board In city. 1844 M St.
BOOKS SECOND HAND.
SLIGHTLY damaged books, miscellane
ous lot at great reductions. University
Book Storo. "
DR. EARL TRUELL, 1105 O St.
DR. F. A. MOTIS, 51 Burr Blk.
DR. H". J. LEHNHOFF. 145 00. iXth
St. Tel.: Bell 480, Auto. 24$G.
DR. C. "W. M. POYNTER, 1105 O St.
Phono: Bell L 025, Auto. 2343.
BEAUTY Parlors, 131 2 N St.
A. D. T. MESSENGERS. Tel.: Boll 100,
KEYS and repairing of all kinds. T. J."
Thorp & Co., 308 So, 11th St.
MORELOCK & SMITH. 1C Oliver Thea
tre Bldg. Tel.: Bell F GJ2, Auto. 3334.
CASTLE & ROPER, prlvato ambulance
service. 120-4 So. 13th St.
FOR RENT. Lincoln Automobllo Co..
122 N. 13th St.
CnRIS' BATjI HOUSE, 11th and P Sts.
SULPIIO-SAL1NE Bath Houbo, 14th
and M Sts.
W. E. PARKER, 1200 P St.
, ix t u juui uiuuuiiK cicaneu anu
pressed at tho Weber Sultorlum, 11th and
O Sts. .
FAOER BROS., Basement Windsor
notoi, xno. jutn oc liaggugo and parcels.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms"
modern. 2545 3 St.
LOST Five dollar bill, bqtweon
main hall and Library at chapel tlmo
Monday. Return to Nobraskan office.
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.School of Music Cafo Opens.
Many University students will bo
glad to know -lthat tho Univorslty
Schooj of Music Cafe hnff been re
opened and that under tho now man
agement tho Bamo high standard .of
excellence will bo maintained. The
Cafe has been remodeled during tho
summer and every preparation mado
to serve the public in first-class stylo.
The Cafo was very popular among tho
students last year and vtho now man
agement promises the same careful
attention which was given last year,
All news items ;fo'r the Nobraskan
should bo left at "the editorial qffice,
U. 204. Only business communica
tions should be left at the business
office, U. 2U&. ,
.Oliver Cigar Co., 135-137 No. 13th.
Harvard's freshman class Is boing
searched for big mon to strengthen her
lino, whero new material is much need
ed. Injuries to Jiis head and ankles
will keep Captain Hurley off tho field
for somo tlmo.
Columbia University, at her com
mencement the other day, gave tho do
grco of Doctor of Laws t'o Baron Ko
mura and M.-Sorglua Witto, tho pleni
potentiaries of Japan and Russia to tho
recent peaco conference.
A University of Missouri man has
secured a Cecil Rhodes scholarship.
Last wook ho visited1 hiB old alma mar
tor preparatory to leaving for England
and had an oxporlonco that ho will not
soon forgot. Ho was taken for a fresh
man by a band of. sophomores, who did
not recognize tho futuro Oxford man,
and was hazed'.
Tho upporclassmen at Michigan in
augurated a now custom during regis
tration week. All freshmen on Main
street wore Informed that according to;
an -old Michigan custom all freshmen
found on Main Btreet were oxpocted to
furnish refreshments for upporclass
men. In almost every caso tho coup
Twonty-threo dollars' and eighty
cents is the amount of tho surplus
earnings of tho Univorslty of Chicago
for tho year closing Juno 30, 1905.
This sum, though small, represents a
very successful year financially, for
when tho budget was decided upon at
tho beginning of tho year it showed a
possible deficit of nearly $24,000.
Tho Ohio State University football
team has unanimously voted to organ
ize Itself into a class for systematic
Blblo study. Ono hour each ovening
will bo devoted to this study and will
bo obsorved as strictly as all training
table -rules. Clayton S. Cooper, Brown
' , is largely responsible for this
movomont as International secretary
of. the Collogo Y. M. C. A.
This year's Carlisle Indian school
football team probably will bo the best
Carlisle ovor had. Coach Woodruff has
at his disposal a squad of flfty-threo
mon who aro all big and husky. Ralph
Kinney, tho Yale guard, has boon on
gaged to assist Woodruff, and two
graduates and star players of tho
aohool aro seen dally on the field:
J3emi8 Piorce and Frank Hudson, tho
latter having been one of tho best drop
kickers in tho country i nhis time.
LitMo Qem Hot
117-121 North 19
The. Michigan University Cross
Country- Clulrhas already begun 'its
fall work. Tho club' holds two races
a year, ono in tho fall "and one" in. tho'
spring, the-flrst two finishing and tho
first two Imo men receive "the club
Insignia of C. C. C. Cups, caps, jer
seys and track suits aro also awarded
to those who' aro fortunate enough to
socuro theeovetcd C's. "All the promi
nent long distance runners of Michigan'
acquired their training, in this club.
History and Sominar Papers, regu
lar size and) weight, 7c, per 100 sheets;
Simplex Note Books, 25o and 35c each.
All Uni supplies at lowest prices. Tho
Lincoln Book Store. .
AllJunIors who have ever "handled
a pigskin aro requested to report on the
gridiron each day at chapel, time', for
class football practice. Manager.
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