The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 21, 1905, Image 4

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THE DAILY NEJBRAQICAN.
TOMMY, tHE CATERER.
"THE UNCI JNDI8PEN$lt-E."
We'ctrtalnly know how.. Lady attan
dant if desired.
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:' ,,,;. SPALDING'S
Official Foot Ball Guide
FOR 1905
Edited by WALTER CAMP.
Containing tho nowly rovlsed OFFI
CIAL PLAYING RULES and pictures
of loading tenms, embracing over 2,600
nUvAM. PRICE. 10 CENT8
Foriata,4i)Sj;allrewBdoalera, Athletic
Goods Dealers and Depart
ment Stores.
Spalding's catalogue of all athletic
sports mailed free to any address.
G. SPALDING k BROS.
NoV York, Boston, Buffalo, Chicago,
Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Denver,
Baltimore, Washington, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, .Pittsburg, San Francisco
Nsw Orleans, Byracuse, Cincinnati,
Montreal, Can., London, England.
"FOLLOW THE FLAG."
Societies.
Literary Societies and Debating
GlubB contlnuo In their attempt to
furnish on opportunity for tho stu
dents to experience practical life.
Hero one may test tho effectiveness
of theories loarned in the class room,
besides widening his clrclo of friend?
and acquaintances.
Tho University Unions last night
gave a literary and musical program.
.The Palladlons -.enjoyed themselves in
tho "g6od old German" style.
Tonight the Debating Club discusses
tho question of "High vs. Low
License." Messrs. Johnson, Dobbs,
Ballard and Whitney arc the regular
speakers on tho debate. Besides tho
debato there are open discussions and
parliamentary uractlco in Which
everyono has a chance to speak.
Tho Komonlan Club holds their first
regular mooting tonight In U. 10G and
bi-weekly hereafter. Offlcers will bo
olectod and other Important business
transacted. Ml members are urged to
bo prosent.
Special Rates at Skating Rink.
Tho largo crowds which constantly
fill tho floor at the skating rink show
.that i Interest. In that moBt healthful
sport did not die out during tho sum
mer and tho number of Unlvorslty
students to be seen thero each aftei
noon and evening given concern to tho
management, who do not know what
they will do when tho football season
Ib over and stndonU have nothing
to do. i
Tho company has been fortunato in
securing tho sorvlcos of Prof. Orin
Rankin, ono of the most'accbmpllshoil
slaters in tho country, as a special
Instructor for those too timid to trust
themselves to any of tho many as
sistants whose services are offered to
the public. He Is now open to en
gagements and ns an additional In
centive for beginners to venture Into
tho garao It haB been decided to ad
mit ladles free of churge evorj after.-
noon and ovonlng for tho remainder of
tho month. One attempt will turn tho
most timid Into an enthusiast.
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School of Music Cafe now open.
Oliver Cigar Co., 135-137 No. 13th.
Unl Music Cafo, $3.00 tickets, $2.85.
Chapin Bros, Florists, 127 So. .13th.
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Dr. Haggard, 212-2-3 Richards Blk.
Star Delivery. Co., Baggage.
Phones.
Both
Best 15-cent meals,
taurnnt.
Phoenlr Res
HOME VI8ITOR8 EXCURSION, NO-
VEMBER 27TH. i
To many points In Illinois. Indiana,
OWo, Kentucky, Wostdrn Pennsylva
nia, Now York and West Virginia, at
GREATLY UEDUUISD UATJiiB.
The WABASH has solid road-bed,
rook baliaBUftqapwqqulpmont; re
cllHiag cKaircdrs (SEATS FREE).
For rates, maps and all Information
call at Wabash City -Office, 1601 ar
nam Bt,,' or address
. HARRY E. MOORES.
G. A. P. D. Wab. R. R.,
Omaha, Nebr.
S IIJAId i 50 'YEARS'
HBfc EXPERIENCE
B Vililwlrl
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Tom Watson's Magazine,
"tho mngazlno with a punioso back of
It," was established to teach the best
way of abolishing these spoclal privi
leges, and, hence, of rendering the
trusts powerless to rob tho public. It
Is a big monthly magazine of 128
pages, with Illustrations, cartoons,
Mr. Watson's brilliant editorials, spe
cial articles, a serial story, novelettes,
Bhort stories and poems, by tho
world's best writers. Regular prjee.
$1.00 por year; 10 cents tho copyr at
all nowstands. Everyone Is interested
in knowing tho best way to euro the
trust .evil and how to .bring It about.
Now In Its second volume, Tom Wat-
Hon's Magazine is 'firmly1 established,
and Its circulation 1b growing rapidly;
but w.o want to add a hundred thou
sand subscribers to our list In. tho
next month or two.
Green's
Barber Shops
Palace
Mogul
WHY NOT?
Send your Laundry to
us? We do good work'
and save you money
besides ....,,.
Shirts .' '. .6c to lOo
Collars 2Jc
Cuffs, por pair 5c
I1FXI, PHONE 805.. AUTO 3441
MERCHANTS LAUNDRY
Equipments for the now Physics
building Is expected to arrive any day.
The English ,Club will meet with
Miss Pound, 1G32 li street, Saturday,
October 21.
Hoarse throats were plentiful
around the campus yesterday as tho
result of tho rooting tho night before.
We have always been known as the
STUDENTS' LAUNDRY
We want your business.
YVIiK BROS. HAND LAUNDRY
3M O Strecf. Auto' 3754. B74
TradcMark
DESIGNS
COWWSHTS C.
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for KAGurtnc
Botanical Seminar,.
Tho first public meeting of tho Bo
tanical Seminar will bo hold In Room
110, Nebraska Hall, at 5 o'clock, Fri
day afternoon of this week, Tho pro
gramme (which lasts ono hour) In
cludes an address by L. L. Harter, '02,
who has been for two or three years
in tho. botanical work of tho United
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States Department of Agriculture,,
This part of tho programmo will bo
of especial lnterst to all students who
aro looking to government service, as
i. - ...til .1l.iinn wnmlnntlnlia find thn
MSSUtSSSi SS&& ' 'Preparation for entering the Civil SeV-
Harry Porter will report full partic
ulars of the Nebraska-Michigan game.
Come and got in the game. Bring
your friends.
On. Monday morning Erofossou Bes
soy Is to speak to tho High School
on- "How tho Tro"o8 Came to N.e-
braska."
Fred Huntor camp up from Fair
mont last night to glvo tho High
School team a few finishing touches.
Ho is staying at tho Alpha Thota Chi
house.
Ickniim flmerkan.
jffi7?stw. :win
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flfiwinntR c-nnornllv seem loath to
make any definite statomont as to
what they think tho score- will be
Tho general expression Is that thoy
won't boat us much.
vice, All Interested aro Invited, to at.-
If the operator Is to Write as fast ns
she can read, sho must bo able to 8CI?
also.
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO,
136 No. 11th St.
1 Bell Phone, 348: Auto 3881 -
New York
Boston and
The East
Fast dally train service via the
Chimera & North- Western Rftllwav.
(the ., double-track-, railway., from, the I
Missouri Kiver 10 nicago, conncti-
Ing at Chicago with an lines for
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North'Westeni Linel
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are most completely equipped for the
safety and comfort of patrons.
? The Best -of Everythlug.
TV.ets and full Ipformatloa on application to
R. W, McGINNIS, Agent
1024 O Street.
Cslciio & Nortk-Weitera Railway
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