The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 05, 1905, Image 3

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
jc Every Loyal Unlveralty Student I
tjt arced to patrnujto these Nebnu-.Ht,
I kan advertUera, and to mention 1 J
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uuwiijNU ALiLdui' Crescent.
tuutv&-aTA 4 lUiNiflttY Co-op, Lin
coln Book Store, Unl.. Book Store,
mown Jjrug Co., Harry Jforter.
BUUK. HOSfiTAly Gillespie.
uan KB Columbia National, First Na
tional. IiUV.LlNG ALLEY Crescent.
CAi DIES Woodward Candy Co.
CAUifJTa lludge & Quenzol.
CARPENTER Ueo. A. Wilson.
CATEKKR "Toinray," at Rlggo' Drug
Store.
CHINA Rudge & Quenzol Co.
CICAHS AND TOBACCO Oliver Ci
gar Co., Geo. M. Conway.
CLEANERS' AND DYERS Soukup &
Wood
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma-
geo & Deemer, Ludwlg.
COAL Gregory, Whltebreast.
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell. The Fol-
som.
DANCING SCHOOL Pitts.
DINING HALL University Dining
Room.
DISEASES OF EYE, EAR AND
THROAT Dr. Erlo' B. Woodward.
DRUGGISTS Riggs; Stelner, Woom-
pdnor, Brown, Rector, Harloy.
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, Herpbl-
sheimer, Rudge & Guenzel.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local.
FLORISTS Chapin Bros.
FURNITURE Rudge & Guenzel Co.,
Hardy.
FURRIER Steele.
GROCERS O. J. JUng &TSon.
HABERDASHERY $2.60 Hat Store.
HARDWARE Rudge & Guenzel Co.,
Hall Bros.
HOTELS Lindcll.
ICE CREAM AND ICES Franklin Ice
Cream Co.
JEWELER Tucker, Hallett.
LAUNDRIES Yulo Bros., Merchants.
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
OCULISTS Dr. Davis.
PHOTOGRAPHER Townsend.
POOL AND BILLIARDS The Holdol
btirg' PRINTING George Bros., New Cen
tury, Ivy Press, Rovlew Press, Greer
Cooper Co.
RESTAURANTS Wcstorflold. Cam
eron, Good Health, Don's Oafe.
ROLLER SKATING Auditorium
Rink.
SHOES Sanderson.
SHINING PARLOR Union Shining
Parlor.
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Tailors, Ludwlg.
TYPEWRITERS Underwood Type
writer Co
SPECIALISTS Dr. Erie B. Wood
ward. We have always been known aJ the
STUDENTS LAUNDRY
We want your business.
vuMc nnos. hand laundiiy
514 O Street. Auto 3734, DU 874
STUD KMT - TIIADK -, MOLIC1TKD
STEIlN E!r)-W.OEM PEN ER
DRUG CO. .
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VklS CTS CCH, 2 fOh 25 CTsv
X'CLUEIT. HCAbODY & CQ,,M
CLASSIFIED COLUMN
8PECIAL8 NOTICE8.
"""ftnto ono rent per word each Insertion;
minimum, ten cents.
LOST.
Lost Alpha Theta Chi pin. Return
to Nebraska!! ofllce for reward.
2
FOUND.
' A PLACE to Ret ft good J2.G0 bat. J2.G0
lint Store. llU O St
FOUND A large gentleman's signet
ring. Owner may secure- same by call
ing aT this ofllce and paying charges.
$50 dress suit, used one season, $25,
medium size. Address Room HO,
Lindcll Hotel.
T ME88ENGER8.
A. D. T.'MESSENaEKS. Tel.: Boll 100,
Auto. 2233.
N0VEUTIE8.
KEYS and repairing of all kinds. T. J.
Thorp & Co., 308 So. llth St.
UNDERTAKERS.
CASTLE & IVOPEJl, prlvato ambulance
service. 120-4 So. lSlb St.
SANITORIUM.
SULPIIO-SALINE Bath House, Hth
and M Sts.
SUITORIUM.
HAVE your clothing cleaned and
prcBHod at the Weber Sultorlutn, llth and
O Sts.
BAGGAGE TRANSFER.
PAGER BROS., Basement Windsor
hotel, No. llth St. Baggugo and parcelu.
SHOE REPAIRING
THE only up-to-dato repairing factory
In tho city. PiiccH Uio lowest. "Work
manship the best. 1220 O St.
DENTI3T8.
BOSTQN Dentists, 1310 O St.
HAIR DRE88ER3.
BEST soft water shampoo In' tho
city, ft I No. 12th St. Elizabeth good
man. 25-21
OLIVER THEATRE
WED. MATINEE, 2:30; NIGHT, 8:15.
YON YONSON
MAT. 25 & 50c. EVE., 75, 50 & 25c.
FRI., SAT. & MAT, NOV. 89.
DORA THORNE
Dramatization of Bertha M. Clay's
- Famous Novel.
EVE., 50, 35 & 25c. MAT., 25 & 50c
Senior and Junior Themes.
Senior and Junior tWcmes for 1905
1906 are duo at U. 311 asj'ollo'ws: '
Senior theme Monday, January 22,
190G.
First Junior theme; Wednesday,
December 20, 1905: .'
- Second Junior thome Monday,
April 2, 190Q.
SuttJecltTfor these theniis mnist be
submitted to Homo member' of tho de
partment on or before the following
dates: Senior theme Afonday, January 8,
1906.
First Junior theme Wednesday, De
cember 0, 1905.
Second Junior themei Monday,.
March 19, 190G.
-A theme should contain at least
1,200 words. It should bo written on
theme-paper with double margins, and
It should bo enclosed In covers, In
dorsed as follows:
Writer's Name , , ,
Title of Thome (as approved) .......
Designation of Class (Senior, First
or Second Junior) . . ,
Date
t No lato theme will be accepted with
out special excuse, which must In every
caso bo obtained before hand,
No theme 'Will bo accepted' .unless
tho subject has boon approved In ac
cordance with tho requirement.
A young wohian's shoe, Sorosia.
Rogers &-PerkIns .Co., 1129 O Street
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BULLETIN 8 WM i
Thursday, Dec. 7.
II n. m. Junior ProniNiommltloo
meets. U. HO. "
Friday, Dec. 8.
8 p. m. Graduate Club meets. Real
dence of Professor Wilson.
Friday, Dec. 15.
9:00 p. i. Porshlng Rillo Hop. Fra
ternity Hall.
Friday, Jan. 12.
9 p. m. Freshman Hop. Fraternity
Hall.
Convocation.
Wednesday, Dec. C Prof. Grove E.
Barber, "In the Homes of Pompeii."
Friday, Dec. 8 Music.
Chaplain Rev. C. H. Rogers.
Monday, Dec. 11 Mr. W. O. Jones,
Editor Nebraska State Journal, "Tho
Cotton Grower."
Wednesday, Dec. 13 Prof. H. W.'
Caldwell, "The President's Message."
Friday, Doc. 15 Music.
Chaplain Prof. E. L. Hinman.
Monday, Doc. 18 Mr. F. E. Bishop,
"Contrast in Efficiency Botweon Orien
tal and Wostorn Civilization."
Wednesday, Dec. 20 Annual Christ
mas Concert, Handel's "Messiah."
Chaplain Chancellor E. , B. An
drews. From a Nebraska Alumnus.
Burdett G. Lewis, '04,Who wub a
prominent Nebraska debator, a Bcholar
In economics at tho Unlvorslty of Wis
consin last yc.niyhnd who now holds
tho $000 Andrew D. White fellowship
In political Hclence at Cornell Uni
versity, writes interestingly to Pro
fessor Fogg of his work at that Insti
tution. Ho says:
"I find the greulesrlnBllratlon In
working with such men as Professors
Jenks, Fetter and Wilcox. Ono can
not heli admiring the all towering
ability of Professor Jenks. Ho Is so
prcclsQ and so well balanced and at
the same time so unassuming that
one cannot know him for a long time.
I can now understand why President
Roosevelt has leaned so heavily on
him.
. "1 find ex-AmbasBador and Mrs. An
drew White very I)no people Indeed.
.Dr. Whito was much Interested to
leurn that I am from Nebraska und
talked with me a long tlmo nbout the
University. He said that ho consid
ered the rise of Western universities
tho greatest educational , work of the
past century In America.
"My training In working up debntes
Is coming Into play this year. Dr.
Jenks is glxing a course In economic
legislation, taking up money, credit
and banking. It Is being done in con
nection with IiIh work on tho Inter
national Exchange Commission. We
aro taking up twcntyfour different
countries and will finish our"work by
drawing a .bill baswlon their laws,
customs and manuors, embodying
such changes as uccm best to build up
a strong monetary system. I am as"'
slsting Dr, JerikB and have chargo of
tlfo work and direct tho seaTch for
facts,
, "In city semlnury I am working up
tho history of the mayoralty of New
York city, from the year 168G to tho
present,
"I am fmich Interested In what Ne
braska is going to do in debating this
year. I 'hope she will keep up the
good work."
Tho Andrew D. White fellowship,
bolng ono of .the most valuable eco
nomic fellowships among American
universities, Is nlwnys open to the
keenest competition. v
Latest Jacea of typo nnd top-notch
styles in printing. George Bros., 13th
& N Sts.
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