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rg d te patronfxe these Xiebrai- -I t
knaradverttier, and to mantloa i
thapr while doing; so. t I I
CIGARS AND TOBACCO Oliver CI
BARBER SHOPS Tho Aristo, Grcoh's
Falaco, Mpgul, George's Place.
BOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coln. Book Store, Uni. Book Store,
Brown Drug Co., Harry Porter.
BANKB Columbia National, First Na
tional. BOWLING ALLEY Crescent
CANDIES Woodward Candy Co.
CARPETS Rudge & Guenzel.
CARPENTER Geo. A. Wilson.
CATERER "Tommy," at Rlggs Drug
CLEANERS AND DYERS Soukup &
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma-
geo & Deemer, Ludwlg.
COAL Gregory, Whltebreast.
DANCING SCHOOL Pitts,
DISEASES OF EYE, EAR AND
THROAT Dr. Erie B. Woodward.
DRUGGISTS Rlgs, Steiner, .Woom-
penor, Brown, Rector, Harley.
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, Horpol-
shelmer, Rudge & Guenzel.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local.
FLORISTS Chapln Bros.
FURNITURE Rudge & Guenzel Co.,
GROCERS O. J. King & Son.
HABERDASHERY $2.50 Hat Store.
HARDWARE Rudge & Guenzel Co..
Hall Bros. i
ICE CREAM AND ICES Franklin Ico
. JEWELER Tucker, HalletL
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros., Merchants.
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
OCULISTS Dr. Dayis.
PRINTING George Bros., New Cen
tury, Ivy Press. Review Press, Greer
RESTAURANTS Wpstorfleld, Cam
eron, Good Health, Don's Cafe.
ROLLER SKATING Auditorium
SHINING PARLOR Union Shining
' TAILORS Unland, Union College
TYPEWRITERS Underwood Type
SPECIALISTS Dr. Erie B. Wood
12th AND O
j ib crm tucH ; a for sbctsB
mrV OLUETT, PEABODY ft CO.,
W Of ClUlTT AXO MOKAIiett IHJufl B
Rato ono cent por word each Insertion;
minimum, ton cents.
A PLACE to got a good $2. GO, hat 12.60
Hat Store, 1141 O St.
B00K8 SECOND HAND.
SLIGHTLY damaged books, mlscollano-
fouB lot at great reductions. University
A. D. T. MESSENGERS. Tel.: Bell 100,
KEYS and repairing of all kinds.
Thorp & Co., 308 Bo. 11th St.
MORELOCK & SMITH, 16 Oliver Thea
tre Bldg. Tel.: Boll F 672, Auto. 8334.
CASTLE & ROPER, prlvato ambulance
service. 120-4 So. 13th St.
SULPHO-SALINE Bath Houso, 14th
and M Sts.
HAVE your clothing cleaned and
pressed at tho Weber Suitorlum, 11th and
JOIN tho club. 3 suits, 1 overcoat,
cleaned and pressed, J1.00. Elliott's, 1136
PAQER BROS., Basomont Windsor
hotel, No. 11th St. Bag-gago and parcols.
THE only up-to-date repairing factory
In tho city. Prices Uio lowest Work
manship tho best. 1220 O St.
BOSTON Dentists, 1319 O St.
LOST On tho campus Tuesday, red
leather watch fob with oval gold
buckle. Return to Nebraskan office.
Lost Waterman fountain pen on
street between University Book Store
and Windsor hotel. Return to room
203 Nob. Hall.
FOR RENT ROOM8.
FOR RENT One furnished room
for one or two gentlemen; all mod
ern. Phono Bell 77. 1044 S. 11th St.
NICE room, ground floor; bath, hot
and cold water. 842 So. 12th St. 2G-2t
FOR HIRE Party ' calls, theatres,
and pleasure trips. Stand at Royal
BEST soft water shampoo in tho
c(ty, 124-'No. 12th St. Elizabeth Good
The Sophomore hop committee will
meet at 3 p. m. Friday in U 106. All
with tickets must attend.
R. C. '-HUNTER,
Remarkable Reduction In Rates to the
On October 3 and 17, November 7
and 21, December 5 and, 19, the Mis
souri Pacific will sell round trip tick
ets to many points in Southwestern
.Missouri, Oklahoma, 'Indian Territory.
Arkansas, Texas and Louisiana at 76
por cent bf the ono way rato.
.For example, round trip rato to Ft.
Worth, Tex., will be -$13.65, to Galves
ton, $20.35, 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, CORNELL,
P. & T. A.
UUV II flf be a vegetari
II II I nil I an and be hap
py? Special for this week
3 $5 tneal tickets for $11. A
culn price dpestl't mean a
cut in service. Try it. Gush
man & Carman, ' G-BT. Cafe,.
-Dramatic Club moots with
7:30 p. m. Pedagogical Club moots
In U 212.
2 p. m. Faculty Foolishness. Ath
letic Flold. N
Friday, Oct. 27.
4:15 p. m. Ladles of Faculty sorvo
tea. Rest Room.
7:30 p. m. Medical Society moots.
M. 301. .
8:30 p. m. Sophomore Hop., Frator
8unday, Oct. 29.
3 p. m. Formal roceptlon to now
Y. W. C. A. members. Memorial Hall.
8aturday, Nov. 5.
a p. m. Football. Nobraska vs.
8aturday, Nov. 25.
8 p. m. County Fair. Armory.
Friday, Oct. 27 Music.
Chaplain for tho week, Dean H. B.
Monday, Oct. 30 Dean C. E. Bossoy
"Some Things to Russia's Credit."
Wednesday, Nov. 1 Mrs. W. G. L.
Taylor, "Tho Rhodes Scholar at Ox
ford." Friday, Nov. 3 Music.
Chaplain for tho week, Rev. J. W.
Oct. 28 Crelghton University
Nov. 4 Ames of Iowaat Lincoln.
Nov. 11 University of Colorado at
Nov. 18 Unlvorslty of Minnesota at
Nov. 25 Doane College of Croto,
Neb., 'at Lincoln.
Nov. 30 Illinois at Lincoln.
(Contnued from pago 1.) .
and If any one is hurt, they will boo to
It that his end comes quickly. '
A special event has boon introduced
in a game of horse-shoes between Gov
ernor Mickey and Mayor Brown. Both
gentlemen have been accused by their
political enemies as bolng ringers, and
tho outcomo of die contest will fur
nish much gun-shot for tho coming
On account of tho Carnival, there
will be no classes this aftornoon after
2 o'clock, In order that all may attend.
Tho performance boglns at 2:30 sharp,
and will last until six, tho events be
ing pulled off without any tlresomo
waits.. Following Is tho official pro
gram: 1. Band Procession, 2:30 sharp.
2. Exhibition Sullivan Fine Horses.
3. Cavalcade and Indian Escapade
Capt Worklzer, Leader.
4. Game Horse-shoes, Gov. Mlckoy vs.
5. Military Drill by Faculty Spell
6., Athletic Exhibition by Prof. Clapp
7. Association Football, First Half.
8. Professor Taylor's Trained Horse
9. Association Football, Faculty -vs.
JL0. Obstacle Race.
All men who wish to try out for tho
basketball team meet for practice
Tuesday, Oct. 31, at 4 o'clock.
Tho Unlvorslty Pedagogical Club
will meet In. U. 212 Thursday evening,
October 26, at 7:30. Tho address of
the evening will be given by W. A.
Selleclc, president of tho Lincoln
school board. Subject, "Personal
Characteristics That Tend to Influence
the Employment and Success of
Teachers." This is an open meeting
of tho club arid all Interested. In tho
profession of teaching are cordially In
vited. ' . '
TONIGHT AT 8:16.
"Mrs. Leffingwell's Boots".;
$1.60, $1.00, 75c and 60c.
FRIDAY, 8AT. AND SAT. MAT.
MAT Ore. ' 60q, Bal. 26c, Reserved.
, EVE $1.00, 76c, 60c, and 26c.
MONDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 30." -
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