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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1905)
THE DAILY INEBlRAQKiqqS.
Every Loyal University Student !
urged to pMrouUe theao Xfebraa- 4 1
Jean advertisers, nad to mention j
the paper while doing so. t l t a
OIGARS AND TOBACCO Olivor Ci
BARBER SHOPS Tho Arlsto, Green'
Palace, Mogul, George's Place.
BOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coln Book Store, Unh Book Store,
Brown Drug Co., Harry Porter.
.BANKS Columbia National, First Na
CANDIES Woodward Candy Co.
CARPENTER Geo. A. Wilson.
CATERER "Tommy," at Rlggs' Drug
CLEANERS AND DYERS Soukup &'
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
gee and Deeme'r. f
COAL Gregory, Whltobreast.
DANCING SCHOOL Pitts.
DRUGGISTS Stelner & Woomponer,
Brown, Mann, Rector, Harloy, Rlggs.
DRY qOODS Miller & Paine, Herpol-
EXPRESS Lincoln Local.
FLORISTS Chapln Bros.
FURNITURE Rudgc fc Guonzel C:,
GROCERS O. J. King & Son.
HABERDASHERY S2.G0 Hat Store.
HARDWARE Rudgp & Guenzol Co.
HOTELS Llndolh ' ''
ICE CREAM AND ICES Franklin Ice
JEWELER Tucker, Hallett.
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros.
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
PRINTING George Bros., New Cen
tury, Ivy Press, Review Press, Greer
RESTAURANTS Westerfleld, Cam
eron, Good .Health, Don's Cafe.
SHINING PARLOR Union Shining
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Start the school year right by get
ting a "nice engraved or printed enrd,
George Bros., printers, Fraternity
Bldg., 13th and N Sts.
Remarkable Reduction In Rates to tho
On October 3 and 17, November 7
and 21, December 5 and 10, the Mis
, souri Pacific will sell round trip tick
ets to many polnfs in Southwestern
Missouri, Oklahoma, Indian Territory,
Arkansas, Texas and Louisiana at 75
per cent of tho mo waV rate.
For example, round rip rate to Ft.
Worth, Tex., will bo $13.05, to Galves
ton, $20.35, to Oklahoma City, $10.00,
" etc. Two dally trains, with- Pullman
sleoper every night to- Kansas City.
Full information at City Ticket Of
flce, S. 'W. Cor. 12th & O streets.
- , - 'F. D. CORNELL,
' p.. & t: a.
, , Especially solicits the'
. 'trade of those who
'. wish it well printed.
Ilntc ono cent per word each insertion',
minimum, ten cents.
A' PLACE to got a good $2.G0 hat. $2.50
Hat Store, 1141 O St.
FOUNTAIN pen. good condition,
dress Nebrnskan. No. 1.
FOR SALE Cheup, uniform blouse and
cap, first-class condition. Nebraska! G.
PIANO, new, good make, at a bargain.
Address Nebrnskan, No. 2.
BICYCLE, first-class, new, at a reduc
tion. No. 3, Nebrnskan.
CADET uniform In good condition, second-hand.
Address Nebrnskan 4.
uuou pianiBis to pmy ror gymnasium
clufiscs. Apply for partlcularx at olllcc of
FOR RENT ROOM8.
ONE nicely furnished room, all modern.
Rooms C-7 Balsbury Blk., 12th und M Sts.
BOOK8 SECOND HAND.
SLIGHTLY damaged books, miscellane
ous lot at groat reductions. Untvorslty
DR. EARL TRUELL, 1105 O St.
DR. F. A. MOTIS, 01 Burr Blk.
DR. W. J. LEHNHQFF. 145 So. 11th
St. Tel.: Boll 480, Auto. 248G.
DR. C. W. M. POYNTER. 1105 O St
Phono: Boll L 025, Auto. 2343. "
BEAUTY Parlors, 1312 N St.
A. D. T. MESSENOERS. Tel.: Bell 10,
KEYS and repairing of all kinds. T.
Thorp & Cq., 308 So. 11th St. j
MORELOCK & SMITH. 10 Oliver Thca
tro Bldg. Tel.: Bell F C72, Auto. 3334.
CASTLE & ROPER, prlvato ambulunco
service. 120-4 So. 13th St.
F.OR RENT. Lincoln Automobile Co.,
122 N. 13th St.
CHRIS' BATH HOUSE, 11th and P Sts.
LADIES' bath and' irmssugo parjora. 124
No."12th St. Miss Elizabeth Goodman.
SULPHO-SAblNE Bath IIoubo, HtJj
and M Sts.
HAVE ypur clothing cleaned and
proBscd nt tho Weber Sultorlum, 11th und
JOIN the qlub. 3 miltH, 1 overcoat,
cleaned and prcHSod, $1.00. Elllott'H, 1136
r """ i
PAGER BROS., Baaomont Windsor
hotel, No. 11th St. Baggago and, parcels.
BICYCLE' REPAIRS. '
SPORTING goods, guns, bloWloH and
phonogniphs. W. E. -Parker, 12Q0 P St.
. SHOE REPAIRING.
THE only up-to-dato repairing factoiy
in tho city," Pi-Icch Uio lowcHt, Work
jnnnshlp tho "best. 1220 O St.
LOST. On tho campus, October 12,
a large brown lctathor hand-bag, con
taining papers and money. Reward
for return to Nebraskan office.
Sophomoro Hop Com. meet in Chem.
Lecturo Room, Monday at 11 o'clock.
Geo. A. Leo, Fred Hunter, T. N.
Flemfng, and L. L; Harton are in to
boo tho game, and are Btaying at Iho
Alpha Thetd 'Chi Jiousq. .'
,Our Cravonette rain-coats for young
men .look lllio 4ovorcoats-rsoft' light
and- dressy me most useiui garment
l a -man can' have, oeo some of them
Mn 'our west window. Paine Clo, Co.
ATHLETES TO GET CREDIT IN
Military Department to QJve Credit to
All First TeaprMen.
Captain John O. jWorkizor, the new
commandant, ha,s a warm spot In his
heart for all athletics, "and has already
caught the gonulno Nebraska spirit
so far atf to mako tho most libofal con
cessions to all men who engage In
athlotlcs In the University. Without
waiting for solicitation, ho- has "pro
cured Chancellor Andrews' consent to
a plan whoroby all-athletes who are
on tho first squads of any branch of
athletics will bo excused from drill
during tho season, and will recolvo
credit for tho time they aro excused.
Further than this, ho has made tho
provision that all men wh6 win an
"N" In any branch of athlotlcs will bo
excused from the mlltary requirements
for tho entire somester In which they
win the initial, and" will got credit for
drill at tho same tlmo. Aftor tho ex
perience of the last fow years, theso
concessions will bo a very agreeable
surprise to students, and will insuro a
lasting popularity for tho man who
has made them. In dotall, tho plan is
All men who make a first team or
aro substitutes for the first team will
bo oxctiBod from drill for tho season
during which that team plays, and
upon drilling and attondlng the classes
In Military Science during tho remain
dor of tho semester, will receive credit
for tho entire somestor.
All jpen who win an "N" will be ex
cusetifrom all drill for tho entire se
mester, but will receive drill credit
This applies to football, baseball,
basket-ball, and track.
At Convocation Monday, Dean'Davls
will address tho students on the sig
nificance of Johns , Hopkins in-higher
education In America. Dr. Bessey will
Frank Beors, '05, formerly basket
ball manager and member of tho Ath
letic Board, is visiting his old friends.
Ho Is touching In tho Beatrl'co High
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Three Daughters of the Confederacy,
Tho International Spy
Around the World, byJoslah Allen.
Nodra, by George Barr McCutcheon.
Black Motor Car.
.Tho Social Secretary.
School of Music CafQ nqw opoa.
Dress suits, $35 and -up. Ludwig's.
Dr. Haggard, 212-2-3 Richards Blk,
Vnl Music Cafe, $3.00 tlckots, $3.? 5.
Chapln Bros, Florists, 127 So. 13th.
Star Dellvory Co., Buggage. . Bttk
Boat 15-cont meals. Phoonix Res
taurant Armstrong Clothing Co., practical
Lincoln Local Express, 1234 O SL
Orders taken for class cans. Arm.
strong Clothing Co.
Eat at Don Cameron's new restau
rant, 119 So. 12th St.
Miss Blslo Mooro, '09, of Soward.'Is
pledged Delta Gamma.
During tho vacation tl)o Dopartment
of Botany received a fine new rnjero
scopo In exchange for ono which Msfa
become old and useless.
Dr. Bessey's Rice Field.
Among th botanical spqeimens
growing in and aroupd thp green
hquse is a patch of rice. It was plaat
in tho green house last March npJ
later transplanted to Its prdsont posi
tion. Tho plant has now attained Its
full growth, has a coarso stalk, long
narrow leaves and tho rice kernels. aro
just beginning to harden. It w.asmsed
by ono of Dr. Bessoy's graduate pupils
ip her stuy of grasses.
Stop and examino it as you pass
It is a small patch near tho sldowalfy
just wost of the greon houso. . '
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If tho operator Is to write as f?.st- an
sho can read, she must bo able to-SEE.
UNDERWOOD . TYPEWRITER CO.
136 No. "1HH St.
Bell Phone,- 348; Auto 3881.
may be purchased at our Bpok De
partment irqm a woll selected assort
ment. Tho following will ho found
very dcBirablo for "pleasuro reading,
tho authpi's being of tho mopt Inter
esting class: ... . "
'Something New to Vte On.
History' Paper, 7c per hundred.
History Covers, 10c.
Fountain Pens. $1.00 un.
Beautiful- New Stationery Awaits '
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