The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 08, 1905, Image 3

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liAimtiiki aaojfb rue Aristo, Uruen'a
I'alueo, Mogul, George's Place.
lJAivui--Mr. etry. '
ijo1jNU ALLEY OrcBcent.
. UUlvb-aTATlUNEIiY Co-op, Lin
coln book Store, Unl. Book Store,
lirown Drug Co., Harry Torter.
BOOK. HOSPITAL OiUesplo.
BAANKS Columbia .National, First Na
tional. BOWLING ALLEY Crescent.
CANDIES Woodward Candy Co.
OAUPJ3TS Rudgc & Guenzel.
CAKPiiJNTElt Ueo. A. Wilson.
CATERER "Tommy," at Biggs' Drug
Store.
CHINA Rudgo & Guenzol Co.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO Oliver Ci
gar Co., Goo. M. Conway.
CLEANERS AND DYERS Soukup &
Wood.
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
geo & Deemer, Ludwlg.
COAL Gregory, Whitobreast.
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, The Fol
soni. DANCING SCHOOL Pitts.
DINING HALL University Dining
Room.
DISEASES OF EYE, EAR AND
THROAT Dr. Erie B. Woodward.
DRUGGISTS Riggs, Steinor, Woem
pener, Brown, Rector. Harloy.
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, Horpol-
shelmor, Rudge & Guenzel.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local.
FLORISTS Chapin Bros.
FURNITURE Rudgo & Guenzel Co.,
Hardy.
FURRIER Steele.
GROCERS 0. J. King & Son.
HABERDASHERY 2.B0 Hat Store.
HARDWARE Rudgo & Guerizel Coa
Hall Bros.
HOTELS Lindell.
ICE CREAM AND ICES Franklin Ice
Cream Co.
, JEWELER Tucker, Hnllett.
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros., Morclmnta.
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
OCULISTS Dr. Davis.
PHOTOGRAPHER Townsond,
POOL AND BILLIARDS Tho Hcidel
burg. PRINTING George Bros., Now Con
tury, Ivy Press, Review Press, Greer
Cooper Co. .
RESTAURANTS Wcstorfleld. Cam
eron, Good Health, Don's Cafe.
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. AHT,OV
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8PECIALS NOTICES
Itn to ono cent per word each IhBertlon;
minimum, ton cents.
FOUND.
A PLACET to got a good J2.G0 hat. J2.C0
lint Storo. 1141 O St.
FOUND A largo gentleman's signet
ring. Ownor may securo same by call
ing at this office and paying charges.
$50 dress suit, used ono season, $25,
medium size. Address Room 110,
Lindell Hotel.
ME88ENQER3
A. D. T. MESSENGERS. .Tel.: Bell 180,
Auto. 2233.
"- ! NOVELTIES.
KEYS and rcpalrlng-of all kinds. T. J.
Thorp & Co., 303 So. 11th St.
UNDERTAKERS.
CASTLE & ItpPEIt, prlvato ninbulunco
service. 120-4 So. 13th St.
8ANITORIUM.
SULPIIO-SAL1NE Bath House,. 14th
and M Sts.
SUITORIUM.
HAVE your clothing cleaned ahd
pressed at tho Weber Sultorlum, 11th and
O Sts.
BAGGAGE TRANSFER.
FAGER BROS., Bnsomont Windsor
hotel, No. 11th St. Baggago and parcels.
8H0E REPAIRING 7
THE only up-to-dato' roprilrlng factory
In tho city. Prices tho lowest. Work
manship tho best. 1220 O St.
DENTI8T8.
BOSTON Dentists, 13190 St.
HAIR DRES8ER8.
BEST soft water shampoo In tho
city, 124 No. 12th St. Elizabeth Good
man. 25-2t
OLIVER THEATRE
FRI., SAT. & MAT., NOV. 8-9.
DORA THORNE
Dramatization of Bertha M. Clay's
Famous Novel.
EVE., 50, 35r& 25c. MAT., 25 & 50c.
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Wed., Mat. and Night Dec. 13.
A SON OF REST
Friday, Mat: and Night, Dec. 15
CHAS. H. YALE'S. .
DEVIL'S AUCTION
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Convocation Today.
The usual musical exercises will fill
tho convocation period this morning,
the program hclng a song recital . hy
Mr. Harold Shellhorn, who will render
tho following selections:
Valso, A Minor .-" Chopin
Nocturne, ,E flat Mirjor " Chopin
Witches Dance.. i . . MacDowell
Andante Appetuoso.. Mortimer Wilson
Tho Erl King Schubort-Liszt
Union Program.
Friday, Decomher8.
Piano Solo...'.' Miss Sargent
My Soul and L ..K. ...Miss , Eliza
beth Shotwell, Walter Woodward
Biography. Mr. Aron
Heading Miss Crandall
Reading Mr. KJlngermann
Vocul Splo..n-T7-T......Miss Hager
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Graduate Club Meeting.-
"There will bo several musical num
bers at tho meeting of the Graduate
Club tonight. Mr. 'Frank Hudson of
the School of Music will render selec
tions from "Ellland Cycle," by von
Fjelitz, and Mlas Pilling will' sing two
songs, "Song of a Heart," and '"Sing
Mo to Sleep," tho latter with a violin
obll&ato. Considerable intorest has
beoniroused in the Graduate Club
this year, and a large attendance is
expectedat the meeting tonight.
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(.roOTl's I Afrifriil
Barber Shops ' 1 Palaco
Eat at th(3 tmk Music Cafe.
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BULLET2ly J ffifft 1
Today.
1:C0 p. m. Sophomore-Freshman
football game. Campus.
8 p. m. Graduate Club meets. Resl
donco of Professor Wilson.
4:30 p. m. Ladies of -Faculty servo
tea. Rest room.
Saturday, Dec. 9.
8 p. m. English- Club meets. 1705
L street.
Engineer smoker, 7:30 p. m., 1232
R street.'
Friday, Dec. 15.
Q:00p. m. Porshing Rifle Hop. Fra
ternity Hall.
Friday, Jan. 12.
9 p. ni. Freshman Hop. Fraternity
Hall.
Friday, Feb. 9.
9- p. m. Junior! Prom. t Lincoln
hotel.
Convocation.
Friday, Dec. 8 Music.
Chaplain Rov. C. H. Rogers.
Monday, Dec. 11 Mr. W. O. Jones,
Edftor Nebraska State Journal, "Tho
Cotton Grower."
Wednesday, Dec. 13 Prof. H. W.
Caldwell, "Tho President's Message."
Friday, .Dec. 15 Muster
Chaplain Prof. E. L. Hinman.
Monduy, Dec. 18 Mr. F. E. Bishop,
"Contrast in Efficiency Botweon Orien
tal and Westorn Civilization."
Wednesday, Dec. 20 -Annual Christ
mas Concert, Handel's "Messiah."
Chaplain Chancellor E. B. An
drews. Palladlan Program.
Tho now members of tho Palladlan
Society will givo tho program and will
present n-pluy ontltled,
"A SIDE ISSUE."
A Tragedy of Every-dny Life.
In Three Acts.
Act I. In. two scones, with Interval
of twelve hours.
Scene 1. Student's apartments.
Scene 2. Same. IMme: Near mid
night. "Tho courso of nmhltlonnevor did
run smoojth."
Interval or about one month.
Act II. In two scenes, with lntorVal
of a fow days.
Scene 1. Place same as Act I.
Unl !!.. i.. it
m tiiijo juiy.
Scene . Timd: 12 o'clock
niglifc
"Womankind is so perverse."
Interval of, ono semester:
Act III. Street scene before
mid-
the
house.
Returning from Pal.
"A Palladlan jiovertlieless."
"Wo aro Pals on Friday night."
Seed Corn Special.
Professor Lyon of tho Agricultural
department and head of tho Experi
ment Station, haB practically com-:
pleted his plans for tho nnnual seed
corn special.
Accompanied by other oxperjs rep
res&ntlng Iowa, Illinois and Missouri,
Profess'or Lyon will leavo Lincoln ovor
the Burlington, on tho morning of De
comber 18. Tho trip will last eleven
days and will .cover as much of Ne-
hrnflirn nml Knnono na nnooIMn
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In tho past-tho lectures and Inatruo-
tions given by tho experts during these
annual trips have been of great benefit
to. tho farmers throughout thostate.
Indeed, such interest has been -taken
.in tho work that tho coming of tho
special is eagerly anticipated by tho
farmers all along tho route.
Miss Mabel Dayton, '04, principal
of the' high school at Superior, Nob.;
Mls piehnor Johnson, '04, assistant
principal, Tlldon, Neb.r"Mtes Eliza
beth Brenizer,, '05, teacher in the
schools of Broken Boyr, Nob., and Miss
Florence Wescott, '05, toacher in the
schools of'Ohlowa, Nob., jspent their
Thanksgiving vacation in-LIncoln and
wore callors, with .others, on Professor
Iiiickey to;'reportprbgreB8.
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