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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1905)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN,
Yf Wi C A Notes
Miss Ruth Paxson, the National Sec
rotary of tho Y. W. C. A., is with us
this wook. Miss Paxson spends each
day at noon meeting, 1220 to 12:30
n. mi. In U. 106. Prom 5 to G p. m.
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A SwBS .bsssssSm& ssss vibssTSI
alio holds a vesper service In U. 100.
Miss Paxson is a speaker of uhilsuaT
force and powor and no girl should.
inm tho onnortunlty of hearing hec.
" On Sunday, Novombor 12, at 3 p m.
thoro will ho a gospel sorvlco ln.the
Chapel,-at which Miss Paxson will
miQAk. This Is ono of tho. most im
portant meetings of the .year. Don't
fall to bo present. Thoro win no spe
It has bdon arranged that Miss Pax
son shall b'o present at a, meeting of
oach committee. If you aren't sure
when your committee meets with her,
go to. youc.'chalrman and find out that
you may not miss" It
All girls aro Invited to meet Miss
Ruth Paxson next Saturday, afternoon
from' 3" "to 0; 1550 'South Twentieth
Official Foot Ball. Guide
.. ' FOR 1905
rHttrl. hv WALTER CAMP."
' Containing tho nowly-' rovlBod OFFl
K ' . CIAL PLAYING RULES and pictures
of loading teams, 6moracing oyer ,ovv
lina ' PRICE. 10 CENTS
For salb by all Newsdealers, Athletic
Goods Dealors and Depart
, mont .Storos. k
RnnMincr'a nntalocuo of all athletic
v sports mallod t roo to any address.
A; 0. SPALDING BROS.
' Now York, Boston, Buffalo, Chicago,
'. MlMioaltollB, Philadelphia, Denver,
Baltlmpro, .Washington, St Louis, Kaa-
iaa iClty; .Pittsburg San, Franclace-
"fi 'New' 'Orleans; Syracuse, Cincinnati,
. ., vMoitrea,;;n.-, London, England.
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" FOLLOW THC-FUAQ.".
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i' f 'mill" ' . INK an 2jW
. Mr. . .,. -ji -
HOME VISITORS EXCURSION, NO
To many points In Illinois, Indiana,
Ohio, Kentucky, Westdro' Pennsylva
nia, New yprk" and West Virginia, at
1 GREATLY REDUCED RATES.
ifPi.AT'WAiDVHH .ran hoihi ruuu-uuu.
j jfoclf ballast, and new oqulpment; re-'
;r ollnlng chair catft-taiflATa iriuuiu;.
K- ' tinft ratfla. mans and all lnformatloa
,5, .; " call at Wabwli. City' Otilce,'' 1601 Par-
Freshman Team Organized.
The freshmen have at last taken ac
tive steps toward the organization of
a football, team,,. and at. the practlco
yeBterday Wight Boll waB elected
captain, Boll played quarter, on tho
Lincoln High team before onterlng tue
University, and has had considerable
oxporlonco. As yot tho freshmen have
refused to schedule a game with tho
sonhomores. but are hard at work each
morning and will bo willing to play
next weekJn all probability.
Tho University Dining Room has re
cently been oponed under an entirely
now managejnontt and .Is now serving
meals regularly. Already Its popular
ity Is becoming recognized by the stu
dents and faculty. The excellent qual
ity of food Borved, combined with good
service and low prlco, Is fast making
the University Dining Room one or
tho moat popular Ulnlng roorns In the
city. It Is located on Twolfth and Q
streets In Hayes Hall (formerly Uni
versity Woman's building).
Miss Cora Smith, '95, presented tho
Botanical donartmont with a collec
tion of pine' cones from California, and
also a living rouwoou tree, ine muui
Is still qulto sinall, but as the treo
from Which It sprang Is about three
hundred feet high, the professor 'or
hntntiv 1b hohofuT that ft may'mako a
good growth. It has boon placed in
the greenhouse for tho present.
fcfs it I n T' M O l -A Li-,;'".t 'II W
n) . ni r h k u JVJi m n . i w
terms . .. -r ,,, I k)a
Sife M A I ' " "W K
BRING RESULTS I
J V !' W tf
Eat at the Unl. Music Cafe.
Wfrlcks Trunk Store, 1036 O.,
. Oliver Cigar Co;, 135-137 No. IStk.
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 "Richards B1R.
Chapln Bros, Florists, 127 So. 13th.
Dr. Thomas, Rectal Diseases. 1319 O.
TbNIQHt SAt. AND SAT. MAT.
Stetson's Big Double Spectacular
"UNCLE TOM'S CABIN"
Mat. 1Qc & 25c. Evening 50c, 35c, 25c.
WEDNE8DAY,"MAT. AND NIGHT.
NOVEMBER 15. '
A Comic Opera4
"WHEN JOHNNY COMES J
Try the Unl. Dining Room,- You will MARCHING' HOME"
50c, 75c, $1.00 Reserved
The big bonfire Is due tomorrow
night. , ' -
Eat at Don. Cameron's now restau
rant, U.'BO. uw PI.
Don't forgot the Unl. School ofMuslc,
Cafo. - -
Star DeliverjC Co., Baggage. Both
Ph.onep. ' - .N
THUR8DAy NIGHT, OV. 16.
PaUl Armstrong's AWrien Comedy
niirin m tue umiuiu"
! Ill 1,11
nam fit., nr-addross-
' ' ; HARRY. B." MOORES,
Q. ATP. D. Wab. R. R,
Professor Bessoy will soon have on
exhibition a collection of flbors which
ho received from the Department of I
Agriculture- a few monthB ago.- l no
fibers will bo carefully labeled and
plaqed pn' exhibition In tho Botanical
Best 15-cent -meals." Plioonlx Res
taurant : .. -1
Bo sure to bring your megaphone
s. r . f t V
Wlttf Guy BatetfRoVt r
Prlcesr$1.50,. 1. 00,, 756 50c.
University pennants will ;li'pf ton, salo
at th6 Y. W. C A. rOoni 'jfrom this
time-on. They will also Kb,Q'Sold.a tho
County Fair! November 25. vy' .
f-'y r -!r S Oniana, Nebr.
; . ''- flliill ( BO YEARS'
iBlon fn wl
mtei9l Hotlw, wHhoai ebv. la the
i a,hiw(iaamely Vtnntrtd weekly ri A1' .
lttoi tf. nfir enU8o Journal.- Terms. 3 a
Ijjiri f odf rontus; U noiouyaii newsnooterw.
t IINN K n 6iotsy.nBW TOrK
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Cans must bo orderod this week. A
- . .
deposit elf 25 conts'ls required on each
cap. Order 'of hny ono of the commit
tee: Yodor, ' Blrknor, Thomas, Miss
Wood, Miss Tlllotso'n.
Tho contract for tho construction of
a mllo and a half of sower at tho Stato
Farm was let, yesterday. 'An Omaha
man got tho job on a bid of $7,700.
This will Improve conditions' at the
Fa'rm materially. ,' ' , ' ,
, ; r.
Indian' Curios Match holders in
birth bark, smoking sots, etc'., from
10c oach to 25c. 'Tho .Lincoln Book
Storo; ; , ', : v
"Parkins' Swedish" , gymnasium
shoes at Rogers & Perkins Cd., 1120 O
S't. ' '
Talk , with. Ludwlg about " your
clothes. , ".!.'
j. Just the shoe for you. Sanderson's
$4.00 Special. :
ijincoia fAMjttt iuki'oo u.-w.
Botfi phones. .
Remember tho Y. W.' C.A.' County
Fair, November 25. , .
Walkover shoe's for college, inon.
Rogers. & PorklnB c.o.,. 1129 O St.
k " .
1 A young wpman's shoo, Soroslsj
Rogers & Perkins go.f jwsw tj oireei.
Alphaw"Thela' CM -entertains at
Walsh. Hall this evening.
Tr 'Wnnrlwriril. flinonRnfl'Of tb.0 6V6.
oaV,' nose and throat. Richards blpclc..
Remember the. Band Informal in the
ivrt nun iuiuuiiuw iittw
"WATMTWn TCvnrv iiRer or nrosnec
tlve usor of a typewriter to have a free
trtnl nffhn VTSTnijTO Underwood.
I ' TJridorwood Typewriter Co.,
I Bell Phbho No. 348. 130 No. 11th St,
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