The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 13, 1905, Image 3

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THE DAILY INEBRASKAN.
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CLASSIFIED COLUMN
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"arged to pntroalxo those Nebraa- u
I kna advertisers, and to aseattea j
the paper while dolus; so. V" i T 4 r
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BARBER SHOPS The Arlsto1, Green's
Palace, Mogul, Georgo'a Place.
BAKBRYr-Mra. Petry.
BOWLING ALLEY Crescent. "
BOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
'coin Book Store, Unl. Book Stole,
Brown Drug Co., Harry Porter.
.BOOK HOSPITAL Glliesplo.
BANKS Columbia National, FirBt Na
tional. BOWLING ALLEY Crescont
CAFE Sam WeBterfleld, Don Cam
eron. CANDIES Woodward Candy Co.
CARPETS Rudge & Guenzel.
CARPENTER Geo. , A. 'Wilson.
CATERER "Tommy," at Rlgga' Drug
Store. ,
CHINA Rudgo & Guenzel Co.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO Oliver- Ci
gar Co., Geo. M. Conway. '
CLEANERS AND DYERS Soukup fc
Wood.
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma-
gee & Doomor, Ludwlg.
COAL Gregory, Whltebreast.
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, The Fol-
Bom.
DANCING SCHOOL Pitta.
DINING HALL University Dining
Room.
DISEASES OF BYE, -EAR AND
THROAT Dr. Erie B. Woodward.
DRUGGISTS Riggs, Stelner, Woem-
penor, Brown, Rector, Horley.
DR? GOODS Miller & Polne, Horpol-
shelmer, Rudgo & Guenzel.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local.
FLORISTS Chapln Bros.
FURNITURE Rudge & Guenzel Co.,
Hardy.
FURRIER Steele.
GROCERS O. J. King & Son.
HABERDASHERY $2.50 Hat Store.
HARDWARE Rudge & Guenzel Co.u
Hall Bros.
HOTELS Lindell.
ICE CREAM AND ICES FrankllJce
Cream Co.
JEWELER Tucker, Hallott
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros., Morohanta.
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp. .
OCULISTS Dr. Davis. ,--.
PHOTOGRAPHER Townsend.
POOL AN BILLIARDS The Heldel-
- burg. x
PRINTING George Bros Now Cen
tury, Ivy Press, RevlewPress, Greer-.
, Cooper Co? - v.
RESTAURANTS Don' Cafe, -Good
Health, Phoenix. .
ROLLER SKATING-r Auditorium
Rink. v.
SHOES Sanderson,
s SHINING PARLOR Union Shining
Parlor.
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Tailors, Ludwlg.
TYPEWRITERS Underwood Type
writer Co. ";
SPECIALISTS Djv Erie B. Wood-
ward.
WAITERS BUREAU Grant
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OLUETT, PEABODYnft CO.,
M.Dia 0 CCllITT Ah MOK4HCM tH.HM
FRESH EVERY DAY!
Our Candles and -Baked Goods are Always
Freeh and Good Catering oar specialty.
x THE MAXWELL CO.
Bella PkHH . 13tk ia M Sts,
Seniors, it will be riecoasary to have
your pictures taken n at Kenneday's,
South Twelfth street, for the Senior
book.
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Dr. Thomas, Rectal Disease. 1319 .
8PECIAL8 NOTICE8.
Rato one, cent' par word each Insertion;
minimum, ten cents.
FOUNP. ;
A PLACE to got a Rood $2.60 hat. $2.50
Hat Store 1141 a St. .
FOUND A largo gentleman's slgnot
ring. Owner may secure samo by call
ing at this office and paying charges.
$50 dress suit, used ono season, $25,
modlum size. Address Room '110,
Lindell Hotel.
ME38ENQER3.
A. D. T. MESSENGERS. Tel.: Boll 190.
Auto.2233.
NOVELTIE8. "t
KEYS and repairing of all kinds. T. J.
Thorp & Co., 308 So. 11th St
UNDERTAKERS.
CASTLE & 'RJDPER, prlvato ambulance
service. 120-4 So. 13th St
8ANITORIUM.
BULPHO-SALINJD Bath Houso, 14th
and M Sis.
8UITORIUM.
HAVE your clothing olooncd and
pressed at tho Wobor Bultorlutn, 11th and
O Sts.
BAGGAGE TRAN8FER.
FACER BROS., Basomont Windsor
hotel, No. 11th St Baggage and parcels.
8H0E REPAIRING.
THE only up-to-date repairing factory
In the. city. Prices tho lowest Worki
manshlp tho bost -1220 O "St
DENTI8T8
BOSTON Dentists, 1810 O St
HAIR DRE88ER8."
BEST soft water shampoo In the
city, 124 No. 12th St Elizabeth Good
man. 25-2t
OLIVER THEATRE
-Wed., Mat. and Night Dec. 13.
A SON OF REST
MAT. 25 & 60c. EVE. $1.00 to 25c. .
Friday, Mat'. &nd Night, Dec. 15
CHAS. H. YALE'S
DEVIL'S AUCTION
MAT. 25 A 50c. EVE. $1.00 to 25c.
Saturday Night, Dec. 16.
. WM. N. CRANE
JrfTJHE AMERICAN LORD."
PRICE8-$1,60, $1.00, 75c and 50c.
DR JOlrll J, DAVIS
GrtMaati Ftefractlonlst
AND OPTICIAN
13888 O St, LINCOLN
Atle.-FfcHt, MImJUI; Ih. 2811
Academy TJews.
"Wo regret very much to say that
Miss Deatf will leavo at the end of thin
semester for Spokane, where she will
toacn juaun in the high school. Hor
folks are now living there, having
movod from Ashland. Miss Dean has
boon with us ovor since Professor
Hodgman took hold, of the Academy.
Wo wish hor every possibIesuccess
in her new .field of work. w
The "Social Hour" will meet with
Mrs. Hodgman next Saturday' The
girls will have entire charge. Pro
gram, refreshment" and invitation com
mlttees havo been appointed. A good
time s assured to all who come.
The Debating club met Saturday
evening with a very good attendance.
The subject discussed was, "Resolved,
That intercollegiate football is a bene
fit rathdr than a detriment" Miss
Lyman and Mr. Dressier defended the
affirmative and Miss Stevenson and
Mr. Nelson .nnheld thn npcnMvn Tha
Ldebato was very interesting and well
conauctea;,
A challenge received from the Uni
versity Students' Olub has been ac
cepted. This debate- will come off
after the Christmas vacation. Mr.
Heskitt, Mr. Morgan and Mr. Dressier
will represent the Academy.
UM2B.
Today.
Y. W. C. A. recoptlon to now mem
bers and Unlvorslty girls, 2 to 5 p. m.
Y. W. O. A. rooms.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Wosloyan,
Armory, 8:15 p. m.
Friday, Dec. 15.
9:00 p. m. Pershing Riflo Hop. Fra
ternity Hall.
Dramatic Club moots with Ruth
Bailey, 1937 E Btreot.
Saturday, Dec. 16,
8:30 p. m. Santa Glaus' rocoption.
Art Hall.
Friday, Jan. 12.
9 p. m. Freshman Hop. Fraternity
Hnll.
Friday, Feb. 9.
9 p. m. Junior Prom. Lincoln
hotoh
Leaders Noon Meetings, Y. W. C. A.
Wednesday Miss Aumanr
Thursday Miss Brlggs.
Prlday Miss Drake. '
Special Christmas service, led by
Miss Vibbard, Sunday, December 17.
Convocation.
Wednesday, Dec. 13 Prof. H. W7
Caldwell, "Tho President's Message"
Frldayr Deo. 16 Music.
Chaplain Prof. B. L. Hinman.
Monday, Dec. 18 -Mr. P. E. Bishop,
"Contrast in Efficiency Botwoon Orien
tal and Western Civilization." '
Wednesday, Doc. 20 Annual Christ
mas Concert, Handel's "Messiah."
Chaplain Chancellor B. B. An
drews. Freshmen bnBkot-ball players fioot
regularly every Tuesday and Satur
day at 1 p. m. in gymnasium for prac
tice. Reception by Santa Claus.
The Y. M. C. A. has Issued an invi
tation to tho members of tho Y. W.
C. A. to attend a reception in their
honor at the Art Hall next Saturday
evening. The invitation la a work of
art, and shows the fine Italian hand of
tho genial secrotary, Arthur Jorson
sen, and reads as follows:
RECEPTION TO SANTA CLAUS.
On account of the unusual rush in
this year's Christmas preparations,
Mr. Santa Claus, that well Known gen
tleman and friend of all good little
girls and boys, has notified tho Unl
vorslty Y. M. O. A. that ho will arrive
in tho city earlier than usual, prob
ably Saturday, December Idth", to re
main for a few hours. Ho is well
known as a "ladies' man" anTox
pressod n desire to meet all Y. W. O.A.
members. ' In consequence, of this
startling fact, the Y. M. O.A has ar
ranged to perpetuate' a Shindig in
honor of merry old Kris in Art Hall at
8:30 p. m. on the aforesaid date. L
Santa Claus, appreciating this op"
j?ortnity of meeting so many fair too-1
b'raska girls, has kindly consented to
bring to the doln's a Christmas tree
which ho claimsls a doodle.
- Jlb MrH31aus is a rowardor of "merit,
only those" whose records are . clean
for the past year will bo Invited. This
promises a 'very "SMALL AND t SE
LECT .CROWD, each member of which
will receive a Humdinger of a Present
from the hands of tho did gentleman
himself.
P. S. Look out for the Mistletoe.
P.- S. (Number 2) Yqu are cordially
lnyited to be present
A. A. Hiemrod left Saturday, for
O'Neill, Nebr' where he will act as
instrument man on location for a pro
posed electric line. He will, return to
school after the holidays; '. ..
Seniors,, have picture, takea- for
tSenlor book. s. . ,
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Tourist car paBsongors on tho.
Union Pacific onjoy oxcollont din
ing car service at modorato ox
penso. All omuls in dining cars aro
served
A LA CARTE
a complete moal or light hinch.bo-
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passongors paying only for what'
thoy order. Meals can also bo pro
cured at flrstrclass dining stations
or at lunch countors on routo. Or,'
if passongors chposo, thoy can pro
vide thomsolves with lunch gaskets,
which can bo replenished as occa
sion requires at tho difforont oat-'
ing housoB on tho lino. ,
If you cross tho contlnont'ln one
of tho tourist sleopors of tho
UNION PACIFIC
you will onjoy your trip and savoJ
considerable monoy.
inquire or
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