The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 13, 1905, Image 3
' I XHR PAfW INEpRASKftN. o-" L"V i' L K Xv rr r "V 9 : - I BUSINESS DIRECTORY Bvery'Ituynl University Student Is urged to patronise these Nobras knn advertisers, and to mention ttfe paper while doing so. t t I aJAAjsUsUstjBtjBUBUBUBUklstJBl CIGARS AND TOBACCO Oliver Ci gar Co. BARBER SHOPS Tho Arlsto, Green's Palace, Mogul, George's Place. BOOKS-STATIONERY Coop, Lin coln Book Store, Uni. Book Store, Brown Drug Co., Harry Porter. BOOK HOSPITAL Gillespie. BANKS Columbia National, First Na tional: BOWLING ALLEY Crescent. CANDIES Woodward Candy Co. CARPENTER Geo. A. Wilson. CATERER "Tommy," at Rlggs Drug Store. CLEANERS AND DYERS Soukup & Wood. ' CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma gee and Deemer. COAL Gregory, Whltobreast. CONFECTIONERY Mafcwell. DANCING SCHOOL Pitts. DRUGGJSTS Steinor & Woompener, Brown, Mann, Rector, Harloy, Rlggs. DRY GOODS Miller & Palnot Herpol- sheimer. EXPRESS Lincoln Local FLORISTS'-Chapln Bros. FURNITURE Rudgo & GuonzeVCo., Hardy. FURRIER Steele. GROCERS O. J. Kiqg & Son. HABERDASHERY $2.50 Hat Store. HARDWARE Rudgo & Guenzel Co. HOTELS-r-Lindell. ICE CREAM AND ICES Franklin Jce Cream Co. JEWELER Tucker, Hallett. LAUNDRIES. Yule Bros. NOVELTY-JVIACHINIST Thorp. PRINTING George Bros., New Cen tury, Ivy Press. Hevlew Press, Greer Cooper Co. , ' RESTAURANTS Westerfleld, Cam eron, Good Health, Don's Cafe. SHOES Sanderson. . SHINIMG PARLOR Union Shining fanor. . TAILORS Unland, Tailors, Ludwlg. Union v College Start tho fechool year right by get ting a nice engraved or printed card. George Bros., printer, Fraternity Bldg., 13th and N Sts." Trade Marks DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AC. Anyone Bonding a sketch and doscrlpUqn rosy Quloklr ascertain our opinion free whether sa invention Is probably pntentAhJeommunlca Uons strictly conndenthU.tuW9MQK on FatenU sent froo. Oldest agency for BccunngpatenU. Fntents Uken through Munn A oo. receive opteial notice, without chanre, In the Scientific American. 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BICYCLiB, nrst-class, now, at a reduc tion. ,No. 3, Nobraskan. CADET uniform in good condition, second-hand. Address Nobraskan 4. WANTED. Good pianists to play for gymna sium classes. Apply for particulars at ofllco of women's gymnasium. FOR RENT ROOM8. One nicely furnished room, all mod ern. Rooms 6-7 Salsbury Block, 12th and MSts.' 1 , B00K8-8EC0ND HAND. SLIGHTLY- damaged books, miscellane ous lot at great reductions. University Book Storo. PENTI8T8. DR. EARL TRUELL, 1105 O St. DR. P. A..MOTIS, 51 Burr Blk. PHY8ICIAN8. PR. H. J. LEHNHOFF,,145- So. 11th St. TcJ.: Bell 486, Auto- 2486 J . DR.. W. M. POYNTER, 115. p St. PhonoiBell L 25", Auto. 2343. HAIR DRE88ER8. BEAUTY Parlors, 1312 N St ' ME88ENQER8. A. D. T. MESSENGERS. Tel.: Boll 10P. Auto. 2233. . ' rOVELTIE8. ICEYS and repairing- of all kinds. T. J. Thorp & Co., 308 So. 11th St. OSTEOPATH8. MORELOCK & SMITH, J6 Olivor Thea tre Bldff. Tel.: Boll F C72, Auto. 3334. UNDERTAKERS. CASTL.I3 & nOPHR. urlvntn nmhnlntir "eervlce. 120-4 So. 13th St, AUTOMOBILES. FOR RENT. .Lincoln Automobilo Co., izi n. ism a BATH 8 OURIS' BATH HOUSEllth and P Sta. 8AKIT0RIUM, SULPHO-SALINE and M Sts. Bath HoufleK 14th Ladies bath and massage parlors 124 rso. 12th St. Miss Elizabeth Good man. SUITORIUM. HAVE your clothing cleaned and prosscd at tho Webor Sultorlum, 11th and O Sts. Join tho club. 3 suits, 1 overcoat, cleaned and pressed, $1.00. Elllott'd, 113C O St. - tiAGQAGE TRAN8FER. FAQE5r BROS., Basement Windsor hotol, No. 11th St. Biifjt;iit?o and parcels. -, . BICYCLE REPAIR8. Sporting goods, guns; -bicycles and Phonographs! W. E. Parker, 1200 P St. ' , Shoe Repairing. Th,e only up-to-date repairing" fac tory In the city. Prices tho lowest. Workmanship tho best. 1220 O St. It is tho easiest thing in the world to get something you don't want. FRESH EVERY DAY! 'Our Candles and BaVed Goods are Always FroBh'and Good. Catflrlrg onr eot-cIaHy, THE MAXWELL p. , IlotU Vlioaes. 'lath tad N-Hts. COMMITTEES APPOINTED. President Sweneon Names the Com mittees of the 8ophomore Class. Mr. Swenson, president of tho Soph omore class, today named his commit tees for tho presont somostor. Tho work of tho class of '08 Is not vory heavy this somosier and consequently only Ave committees wore appointed. Chief among these is tho Hop Com mittee, and as thjs is usually tho first University danco of tho year, It is up to tho committeo to glvo n good party. Richard Hunter and , Byron Baton, both of Omaha, wore made chairman and mastor of ceremonies, respective ly, of tho Hop Committoo. This com mittee has its first meeting this morn ing in tho Chcm. Lecturo room at 11 a. m. All tho members aro urged to bo presont. Tho list of officers of tho Sophomoro class as they now stand aro as follows: President Joseph SwonBon. Secretary Miss Schwab. Treasurer1 Mr. Yodor. Sorgeant-at-Arms MIbs Tlllotson. Attorney Mr. Hughes. Hop Committee. Chairman Richard Huntor. MaBtor of Ceremonies Byron K. Eaton. Paul Boll. Grant Caughoy. Miller. C. A. Clark. M. Hughes. 'B. Koehler. Houch. A. D. Marriott Jack Dumont Mills. Haggart. 'Elizabeth. Kiowltt Georgia Irwin. Helen Laus. Lloyd Wilson. Miss Patterson. Cap Committee. Chairman B. O. Yoder. Thomas. C. McLaughlin Miss Wood. Miss Tlllotson. v Football Commlttee Manager H. Matters. Basketball Committee. Manager KIowttL Assistant ManagorFrod Haggart. Captain Fowler. Finance Committee: Miss Cox. Miss Currlo. A. C. .Fonlon.. B. K. Eaton. C. McLaughlin. Tho captain and coach of tho foot ball team is to bo selected by .tho contestants,- Miss Lucy Van Homo, who was a prominent member of tho class of '07 lastyear, Is visiting her sorority sis ters thls week. Miss Van Horno Is teaching W Uio Pawnoa, City schools this year. .. Palladlan Program, Oct. 13,4905. Instrumental Duet. ..Misses Hamilton Oration Mr. Withors Reading '. Miss Farnsworth' Vocal Solo. . Mr. Hutton Sermon Mr. Miller Mandolin and Guitar DuoL ........ Mr. Hadlock and Mr. Horn Last night football enthusiasts woro given something now in tho lino of practice. Tho feature was tho extromo ly fast lining up and playing of tho Varsity, Two touchdowns were scpred In ( few minutes' play and fast work was shown throughout. Tho sig nals are now given as soon as tho ball Is "down," and tho, formation Is started altnost beforo the players are again on their feet TJiis was the last heavy work boforo tho gamo Satur day. Tonight only, very light signal wqrk.wiU bd on the bill. I .Orders taken for. class caps. .Arm- BUUM VlUlllJUfc, Vu. Sam Westerfield Proprietor of Sam's Cafe Uttlr Uuin Hot rVftfllfM unci Kine MtmlM itifil Lunohc. 1 17-121 North 18 Strt STUDBVT - THAi:iQ . MOMUl1D STEINER-WOEMPENER DRUG CO. 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