The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 21, 1905, Image 3
?o- V ' r THE DAILY NEBRASKaN. -Ul h I BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 HaaK U Bverjr Loyal University Stndant l J arjed to.patronlxo thHe Nebra- n ka advertisers, nod to taentloa tli,piperJTlille.Uo1n1io.j t i,i n MWMX$ CIGARS AND TOBACCO Oliver Ci gar Co. BARBER SHOPS The Arlsto, Green's Palace, Mogul, George's Place. BOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op, Ll- coln Book Store, Unl. Book Store, Brown Drug Co., Harry Porter. BOOK HOSPITAL Gillespie. BANKS Columbia National, F"irst Na tional. BOWLING ALLEY Crescent. CANDIES Woodward Candy Co. CARPETS Rudge & Guenzel. CARPENTER Geo. A." Wilson. CATERER-V'Tommy," at Riggs Drug Store. CLEANERS AND DYERS Soukup & Wood. CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Mu- gec & Deemer, Ludwig. COAL Gregory, Whltebreast. CONFECTIONERY-Maxwoll. DANCING SCHOOL Pitts. DISEASES OF EYE, EAR AND THROAT Dr. Erlo B. Woodward. DRUGGISTS Riggs, Steiner, Woem- pener, Brown, Rector, Harley. DRY GOODS Mler & Paine, Herpol- sheimer, Rudge & Guenzel. EXPRESS Lincoln Local. FLORISTS Chapin Bros. FURNITURE Rudge & Guenzel, Co., Hardy. FURRIER Steele, GROCERS O. J. King & Son. HABERDASHERY 12.50 Hat Store. HARDWARE-Rudge & Guenzel Co.. Hnll Bros. HOTELS Lindell. ICE CREAM AND ICES Franklin Ice Cream Co. JEWELER Tucker, Hallett. , LAUNDRIES Yule Bros., Merchant. NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp. , PHOTOGRAPHER Townsend. PRINTING George BroB., New Cen tury, Ivy Press, Review Press, Greer ' Cooper Co. RESTAURANTS Wcsterfleld, Cam eron, Good Health, Don's Cafe. SHOES Sanderson. L SHINING PARLOR Union Shining Parlor. TAJLORS-Unland, Union College Tailors, Ludwig. SPECIALISTS Dr. Erlo B.-Woodward. CLASSIFIED COLUMN 8PECIAL8 NOTICE8. Rjito ono cent -por word each insertion; minimum, ten cents. FOUND. A PLACE to got a good $2.50 hat $2.50 Hat Storo, 1141 O St. BOOK8 SECOND HAND. SLIGHTLY damngod books, miscellane ous lot atJ great reductions. University Book Store. DENTI8T8. ' DR. EARL TRUELL, 1105 O St. DR. F. A. MOTIS, 61 Burr Blk. DR. C. W. M. POYNTER, 1105 O Bt. Phone: Bell L 025, AUto. 2343. ' ln ME88ENQER8. A. D. T. MESSENGERS. Tel.: Boll 191. Auto. 2233. T- NOVELTIE8. " KEYS nnd repairing of all kinds. T. J. Thorp & Co., 308 SO. 11th St. 08T.EOPATH8. MORELOCK & SMITH, 16 Oliver Thea tre Bldg. Tel.: Bell F 072, Auto. 3334. UNDERTAKERS. CASTLE & ROPER, private ambulance service. 120-4 So. 13th St AUTOMOBILE8. FORiRENT. Lincoln Automobile Co., 122 N. 13th St. BATH8. CHRIS BATH HOUSE, 11th and P Sts. LADIES' bath and massage parlors. 124 No. 12th St. Miss Elizabeth Goodman. 8ANITORIUM. SULPHO-SALINE Bath House, 14th arid M Sts. 8UITORIUM. HAVE ' your clothing cleaned and pressed at the Weber Sultorlum, 11th and O Sts. Start the school year right by get ting a nice engraved or printed card. George Bros., printers, Fraternity Bldg., 13th and N Sts. Notice. 4 4 News nnd other Items for the Ne jbraskan should be handed into the ofllco at the cast end of the hall of the second floor of University Hall. They should not bo put in the box. on the outside of the office, as (he box be langs to the" Latin Department, and not to the Nebraskan, but should be put on the hook inside the ofllco. C . ! LiacolH Local Express, 1234 'O St Both phones. JOIN the club. 3 suits, 1 overcoat, cleaned and Dressed. SI. 00. rcillntt'n iia o st. BAGGAGE TRANSFER. FAGER BROS., Basement Windsor hotel, No. 11th St Baggago and parcels. BICYCLE REPAIR8. - ' SPORTING goods -guns, bicycle's and phonographs. W. E. Parker, 1200 P St. SHOE REPAIRING. THE only up-to-date repairing factory In tho city. Prices the lowest. Work manship the best 1220 O St L08T. LOST Kappa Slg pin, about the campus Friday. Return to Dally Nebraskan- office. LOST Large mottled fountain pen in Library building. Return to No braskan office. ', f ' ' ' ' " " " " LOST On the campus Tuesday, red leather watch fob with oval ' gold buckle. Return to Nebraskan office. 5t-19 Lost Waterman fountain pen on street between University Book Storo and Windsor hotel. Return to room 203 Neb. Hall. ' , Today. 3 p. m. Football on campus. Lin coln vs. Chicago. 8 p. m'. Meeting Klub Komensky, No. 1. U. 106. 7:15 p. m. Meeting of Forest Club. N. 110. 8 p. m Meeting English Club with Miss Pound, Thursday, Oct. 26. 2 p. m. Faculty FoollshnoBS. Ath letic Field. Friday, Oct.27, 9 p. m. Sophomore Hop. Frater nity Hall. Saturday. Nov. fi. 3 p. m. Football, Nebraska vs, Ames. Saturday, Nov. 25. 8 p. m. County Fair. Armory. Convocation. Monday, Oct. 23 Prof. B. A. Ross, "Tho Insurance Rovolations." Wednesday, Oct. 2G Prof. J. I. Wyor, "How to Use the Library." Friday, Oct. 27 Music. Chaplain for tho week, Doan H. B. Ward. Monday, Oct. 30 Dean C. E. Bessoy, "Somo Things to Russia's Credit." Wednesday, Nov. 1 Mrs. W. G. L. Taylor, "The Rhodes Scholar at Ox ford." Friday, Nov. 3 Music. . Chaplain for tho weok, Rev. J. W. Jones. At 2 p. m. on Monday, Oct. 23, In room 110 U, thoro will bo a public examination of L. L. Hartor in Botany for tho degreo of Master of Arts. I . Beautifully balanced ovorcoats that Dossess quality, nnd stylo fnrboyond tho degree -indica tod by tho -prices. Soo them at B. L. Paino's. 8ociety Program.' Tho Unions last night gave the fol lowing program: Piano Solo ' Miss Gates Reading Miss Hunnali Speech ...! J. m. Paul Instrumental Mr. Phelps "Lawyor qreen" Jas. E. Bednar Piano Solo Miss Essex Tho University Pedagogical Club will meet in U. 212 Thursday evening, October 26, at 7:30. Tho address of tho evening will be given by W. A. Selleck, president of the Lincoln school - board. Subject, "Porsbnal Characteristics That Tend to Influence the Employment and Success of Teachers." This Is an open meeting of- tho club and, all Interested in tho profession of teaching are cordially invited. Eat at Don Cameron's new restau rant, 119 So. 12th St. THE IH PRESS ffiff $ THE IVY MESS HEATPRIHTIH6 I LATE8T STYLES AND 3$ COURTEOUS THK ATM 'NT KING&AJESSUPS I QUALITY s t- a . TASTES LilCK MORS?? 8, The Drug Cutter, 1321 o StiJ1' WET KNOW HOW TO PRINT ANYTHING. LET US CON VINCE YOU ... GREER-COOPER CO. 1134 O STREET. JOHN L.MARSHALL THE OLD RELIABLE BARBER' KIItST-CLASS 1IAIK CUTTING SHAVING AND SnAMl'OOtfiO li35 K HTIIKKT ' T.J.TIHtaP&CO; Rubber Stamps, Stencils, Seals, Trade Checks, Keys J,0ck Smithing, General Machine , Works. Model Makers, Etc. ' " 308 So. Ilth, LINCOLN iiii' 1 , FOR RENT ROQMS. FOR RENT Ono furniBhed room for ono or two .gentlemen; all mod ern. Phono Bell 77. 1044 S. 11th St. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Twer three-dollar meal tickets on one of the leading restau rauts for $2.20 each. Address 45, Daily NebraBkan. -IH CANTARA AIM ARROW STYLE QUARTER BUM, ISO. HAOH J ft FORYBO. OLUETT, PEABODV OO., , KMIU Of CMItTT XV HOCM SHUT Remarkable Reduction In Rates to tho 8outh. On October" 3 and 17, November 7 and 21, December 5 and 19, tho Mis souri Pacific will sell round trip tick ets to many points in Southwestern Missouri, Oklahoma, Indian Territory, Arkansas, Texas and Louisiana at 75 por cent qftho one way rate. For example, round trip rato to, Ft Worth, Tex., will be $13.05, to GalveiK ton, $20.85, to Oklahoma City, $10.00, etc. Two dally trains, with Pullman sleeper every night 'to Kansas City. Full Information at City Ticket Of fice,' S. W. Cor. 12th & O streets. F. D. QORNEtiL, . P. & T. A. f NEBRASKAN WANT ADS BRING RESULTS m& 1 m .a Z1 ZL .. v x i H Ml t r i i ,s." I . -.