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THE DftlEV NBBRASKAN.
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CIGARS AND TOBACCO dlivor . CI-
i gar Co.
BARBER SHOPS Tho Arlsto, Green's
Palace, Mogul, George's Place.
BOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coln Book 'Store, Unl. Book Store,
Brown Drug Co., Harry Porter.
BOOK HOSPITAL Gillespie.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
BOWLING ALLEY Crescent.
CANDIES-Woodward Candy Co.
CARPENTER Geo. A. Wilson.
CATERER "Tommy," at Rlggs Drug
CLEANERS AND DYERS Soukup &
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
gee & Deemer, Ludwig.
COAL Gregory, Whltobreast.
DANCING SCHOOL Pitts.
DRUGGISTS Stelner & WocmDener.
Brown, Mann, RectorHarley, Riggs.
DRY GOODS Miller's Paine, Horpol-
FLORISTS Chapin Bros.
FURNITURE Rudgo & Guenzel Co.,
GROCERS O. J. King & Son.
HABERDASHERY $2.G0 Hat Store.
HARDWARE Rudge & Guenzel Co.,
ICE CREAM AND ICES Franklin Ice
JEWELER Tuckec, Hallett.
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros., Merchants.
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
PRINTING George Bros., New Cen
tury, Ivy Press, Review Press, Greer
RESTAURANTS Westerfleld, Cam
eron, Good Health, Don's Care.
SHOES Sanderson. '
SHINING PARLOR Union Shining
Parlor. ,. ,
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Start tno school year right by get-,
tfng a nice engraved or printed card.
George Bros., printers, Fraternity
Bldg., 13th and. N, Sts, ...
Remarkable Reduction In Rates to the
On Ootober 3 and 17, November 7
and 21, December 6. and 19, iho Mis
souri Pacific .will-sell round trip Uck
etsxto many points in Southwestern
Missouri, Oklahoma, Indian Territory,
Arkan8as,vTexas and Louisiana at 75
per cent of "tho ono way rate. ,
For example, round .trip rata to FL
Wofth, Tex.,, will be IJ.3.6.5, to Galves
ton, $.20.35, to Oklahoma City, $10.00,
etc. Twp daily trains, with Pullman
sleeper every night' to Kansas City.'
Full information at City Ticket Of
fice, S. W Cor, 12tff & O street.
, F. D. CORNELL,
P. & T. A.
ANEW QUARTER SIZE
JCENT EACH J a.fOR 2 CCNTS
CLUETT, PEABODY CO.,
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KMIU O' CIV1TT AllO MMitCM tHtp'r
Rato ono cent per word each insertion;
mlnjmum, ten cents.
A PLACJE to get a good $2.00 hat.
Hat 8tore, 1141 O St
GOOD pianists to play for gymnasium
classes. Apply for particulars ut office of
FOR RENT ROOMS.
, BOOKS SECOND HAND.
SLIOHTLY damaged books, miscellane
ous lot at great reductions. University
DR. EARL. TRUELL, HOC O St,
DR. F. A. MOTIS, Gl Burr Blk
DR. H. J. LEHNIJOFF, 145 So. HtH
St. Tel.: Bell 486r Auto. 2486.
DR. CWT M. POYNTER, HOG O St.
Phones-Bell L 925, Auto. 2343.
BEAUTY Parlors, 1312 N St.
A. D. T. MESSENGERS. Tel.:
KEYS and repairing of all kinds.
Thorp & Co., 303 SQrvllth St.
MORELOCK & SMITH. 16 Oliver Thea
tro Bldg. Tel.: Bell F 672, Auto. 3334.
CASTLE-& ROPER, prlvato ambulance
service. 120-4 So. 13th St.
FOR RENT. Lincoln Automobile Co.,
122 N. 13th St.
CHRIS' BATH HOUSE. 11th and P Sts.
SADIES' bath and massage parlors. 124
Nq. 12th St. Miss Elizabeth Goodman.
SULPHO-SAL.INE Bath House, 14th
ana xa bis. (
HAVE your clothing cleaned and
pressed at tho Weber SuftdHum, 11th and
O Sts. '
JOIN tho club. 3 suits, 1 overcoat,
cleaned and pressed, $1.00. Elliott's, 1136
PAGER BROS., Basement Windsor
hotel, No. 11th St. Baggago and parcels.
SPORTING goods, 'guns, bicycles and
phonographs. W. E. Parkor, 1200 P St,
THE onlyup-to-dato repairing factory
In tho city. Prices tho lowest. Work
manship the best. 1220 O St.
LOST On the campus, October 12,
a large brown leather hand-bag, con
taining papers .and money. Reward
for return to Nebraskan office
LOST Kappa Slg pin, about 'the
campus Friday. Return to Daily Ne
, FOR RENTr-Ono furnished room
for oho or 'two gentlemen; all mod
brn. Phono Boll 77. 1044 S. 11th St.
"FOR RENT Large furnished front
room, bath and gas light. 1133 L St.
TWO unfurnished rooms in private!
family; gentlemen preferred. 1746 Q
St. Auto 2762,
A BEAUTIFUL front room, first
floor; al modern conveniences; to
two youpg ladles. 902 H St. 'Auto.
FOR SALE Tw6 t,hred-dollar meal
tickets on one of tho, leading restaur
Irauts -for $2.20 each. Address 46.
KNOX GOES DOWN.
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greatest ground gniner of tho half, for
Schmidt. Nebraska kicked off anil
Knox got the ball on its forty yard
line. Captain Hildlngr sent Rob6rts
against the loft Bldo of tho'' lino, but
he was not able to gain and Nebraska
got the ball on downs on Knox's forty
yard line. Nebraska's offensive piny
ing appeared at its best during the
next few minutes and ten yard gains
were tjio order, Llttlo and Wilson.
wero used alternately in carryingdie
ball and they forged rnnidlydown the
field, Wilson making the" last two
yards after the balKwas kicked off.
Eager missed a dffficult goal, the ball
striking tlie goal posts.
Knox-ligain got tho ball on tho next
kick-off on the forty yard lino and
started a slow procession down tho
field, barely making tho required Avo
yards. Benedict went In the game
for Dpnslow. Knox gained flvo yards
on a fumble, one of tlioir own players
falling on the ball. They wero un
able to pierce the line again, and Hol
ding punted to Johnson, who returned
five yards to tho Nebraska forty yard
lino. He then tried nn end run but
did not gain. Llttlo made two short
gains and Cotton fumbled, Little se
curing the ball. Little and Wilson
each made eight yards. Borg was re
placed by Nelson. Nebraska was pen
alized five yards, and had just recov
ered the distance when time was
called. The half and game ended with
a score of 16 to 0. '
There were no serious injuries hr
Saturday's game. Captain Borg, who
left the game at the middlo of the sec
ond hnlf from an injury to his ankle,
is all right again and ready for prac
tice. The line-up:
Benedlct R. E. . . Patton-Weaver
Cotton.. . R. T Lampo
Taylor R. G Barr-Cushing
Borg-Nelson C Kiddoo
Rice L. G . . .Graham
Weller.. ....... L. T ..F. Savage
Johnson L. E Snonr
Morse-Eager.... Q Hilding
Wilson R. H Lambert
Schmidt-Little. L. H Sapp-Howelll
Mason F. B. Roberts
Officials Pixley referee; Prince,
umpire; Mitchell, head linesman,
Touchdowns Wilson, 2; Morse.
TO OCTOBER 31,1905;
Short Unif' n - fast
Be stire your ticket
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r? m ai naantl
Tho societies gavo their regular lit
erary programs last Friday night. Thdi
Palladlans held their meetings in tfceir-.
Old hallf the unions In U. 106. Qulte
n number of our alumni beingiBthe
city for tho Superintendents' and'.'
Principals' mooting, attendee! also tho
meetlngs of their 'old societies and'
gave tho 'glad-Kand to tholr old-timo
Union Hall is to undorgo a soriescf
.repairs and renovations, aftor wbjeh.
it will again be used by tho society. -Tho
Mpdlcal Society held Its' moot
ing in room 301, Mechanic Arts buUdr
ing and was addressed by Dr. Ji P'J
Sodgwick. ' . !
Dr. Sedgwick is a graduate of Jer
braska, '06, and 'has studied mcdicih$
in Berlin. '.
Tho second Installment of case's 'fo
bo tried , in 'tho moot courts by' tho
secphd-year men of the luw school!
have been nssignod by tho dean. The ,
first torm of court began last StiM, '
day, buTas yot cases' aro boing doj)fcj ;
eted only, and trials will not occur : (
a few weeks yet. ' ''.!
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