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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1905)
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BABKR SHOPS The Ariato, Greea'a
. fylkcj, Ifotfil!, George's Place.
BAKBRT Mra. PtStry-.
BOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op, Llrt-
coin Book1 to're, -tJni. Book Store.
Bf owq, Drug- 6o., Harry Porter.
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05 BANKS Columbia National, First Na-
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CARDBUS Woodward Cattdy Co.
, W 'OARPETS-RUdge ft Guettiol.
l4CA!ttPBTBR Geo. ArWUaOn.
vC CATBRBR-r-"Tommy," at Rigga' Drug
, o Store.
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urn- a ituage a: uuenzei uo;
CIGARS AND T.OBACCO Oliver Cl
ear Co., Geo. lit Conway. . .
T"2 (CLEANERS AND pVERS Soukup &
i CLOTHING Arinstrone, -Unland; Ma
gee & Deemer, Ludwlg.
'- -COALrGregOry, WhlEebreast.
CO.tfFECTIONERarrMaxwell. The Fpl
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jfert4rttlNTNa WAT. TlTTnivm.nl I
r;:W8EASES OP BYE, EAR AND
THROAT Dr. Erle-B. Wdodward,
jj DRUGGISTS Riggs, Steiner, Woem
V $ener, Brown, Reotor, Harjey.
A DBYGOODS Miller & Paine, Horpol-
sneimer, kludge & Uuenzei.
T TrnTRTfU-ffilinln .Prrta
pURNITURE Rudge Sf Guenzel, Cp.,
GItOOBRS O. J." King" Si Son. ,l"
HABERDASHERY-$2.50 Hat Store. .
HARDWARE Rudge & Guenzel Co.,
LZ1" ICB.CRBAM AND ICES Franklin Ice
Cream Co ..
toWBLER Tucker, Hallett.
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros., Merehanta.
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
h PHOTOGRAPHER Townsend.
-POOIAND BILLIARDS The Hdldel
PRINTING George-Bros., JMew, Cen
tury, Ivy Press, Review Press, Greer-
. Cooper Co.
RESTAURANTS Don' Cafe," Good
:$ Heajth Phoenix.
4'R0I4JEJR ' SKATING Auditorium
' SHOES Sanderson.
SHINING PARLOR-Unlon Shining
TAlLbRS-r-Uland, Union College
TYPEWRITERS Underwood Type
SPECIALISTS Dr. Erie B. Wood
WAITERS' BUREAU Grant
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.IBM.-P Stret . . .Auto vjtA, PM 574
v.1" y. D. ORAiyT, MRMMger
, first etnas eorvlco guaranteed at all re
ceptlono", partios, eolations' and banqnots,
For lafprmatiqn'ring up'
'AtatppkeMe 383 130 No. 19tk St.
Rubber Stamps, Stencils,
Seals, Trade Checks, Keys
Lock Smithing, General
'Machine Works, Model
dP EC I A LA NOTfrtta
Rato'ono cent-, per word each lnaertloa;
minimum, ten cdnta.
A PLACE to got a good J2.G0 bat $2.60
Hat mite. 1M O Bt
FOUNDA large gentleman' signet
ring. Owner may seduro same by call
ing at this bffice and paying charges
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Found "Wednesday on the campus,
brown mottjed fountain pen. Owner
can have same by calling at Nebras
kan office dnd paying for this ad.
Found Pocketbook containing sev
eral article of small value. Owner
may have Bdme by paying for this ad.
and Identifying property.
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, 60 dress suit, used one season, $25,
medium size. Address Room 110,
A. D. T. MESSENGERS. Tel.: Bell 190.
- NOVELTIES. "
KEYS and repairing of all kinds. T. J.
Thorp & Co., 308 So. lJLtn St
CASTLE & ROPER, private ambulance
norvlce. 120-4 So. 13th St.
SUL.PHO-SALINB Bath ' Houbo, 14th
' HAVE your clothlnsr cleaned and
pressed at the Weber Sultorlum, 11th- and
. BAGGAGE f RAN8FER.
FAOER. BROS., Bosoment Windsor
hotel. No,. 11th St Baggage and parcels.
. FOR RENT ROOM8.
M6derii. room, suitable for two or
three. 534 Nprtlr-Twelfth street.
Ladles wishing good home board
please call at 534 North -Twelfth street
Also.onf) room, for rent.
"" SHOE REPAIRING. '
THE, , only, up-td-dnte repairing factory
In, the 1 city. Prices the lowest Wdrk
manshlp the best 1220 O-St
BOSTON Dentists, 1319 O St
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BEST soft water shampoo In the
city, 124s Np. 12th St Elizabeth Good
Lost Nebraska Edgineeringr
Finder return to this ofllce.
TONIGHT AT 8:15.
WM, N. CRANE
In "THE AMERICAN LORD."
PRICE8 $1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50c.
Monday-Night, Doc. 18
The Liberty Belles
PRICES $1.00, 75, 50& 25c.
wed. mat. & Night, dec. 20
''THE IRISH PAWNBROKERS"
Missouri Debating Board.
Professor A. Rosa Hill, dean of the
Teachers' College, University of Mis
souri, and formerly head of the de
partment of philosophy at the Uni
versity of Nebraska, has succeeded in
bringing the Intorcollogiate debating
at Missouri to a university footing.
Associated closely with Professor Hill
has been Prof. W. wjfcook, formerly
professor in the Nebraska College of
Law at the University. Both were
active workers, while hero, in the do
bating line and upon taking up their
work at Missouri began to take an
active part In the Intercojlegiate de
bating. A university debiting board has
been Instituted upon a plan closely
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8 p. m. Students' DobaUng
IXH50" urogram. Union HaU
8:30 p. m. Santa CIbub' rocoption.
Monday Dacembar' 18.
8 p. m. Recital by Misa Archibald. .
11 a. m. Meeting of Board of Re
gents. Friday, Jan. 12.
9 p. m. Freshman Hop. Fraternity
January 28, . .
Officers Hop. Fratornity Hall.
Friday, Feb. 9. -m.
Leaders Noon Meetings, Y. W. C, A.
Wednesday Miss Auman.
Thursday Miss Briggs.
Friday MIbb Drake
Special Christmas sorvico, led by
Miss Vibbard, Sunday, December 17
Friday, Dec. 15 Muslp.
Chaplain Prof. B. L. Hlnman.
Monday, Dec. 18 Mr. F. B. Bishop,
"Contrast, in Efllciency Between Orien
tal "and Western Civilization."
Wednesday, Dec. 20 Annual Chrlatr
mas Concert, Handel's "Messiah."
Chaplain Chancellor B. B.' An
drews. Freshmen basket-ball players neot
regularly eVery Tuesday and-Saturday
at 1 p. m. in gymnasium for prac
allied lo the" present plan at Nebras
ka. Five faculty members and threo'
student members constitute the board.
The latter ar.e. selected as the faculty
members shall direct. Heretofore the
management and arrangement of do
haters has been in the hands of a de
It is confidently expected that the
change will not only provide lafger
and better debating contests, but will
also materially Improve the Quality of
debating at Missouri.
Last year, after, the first Iowa-Nebraska
debate. In which Nebraska rqr
coived the unanimous decision of the
Judges, the Dally Iowan called upon
the student body and the faculty to
place thoir Intercollegiate debating
upon a university footing.
Promptly at Eight O'clock.
The meeting of the Students' Debat
ing Club will begin promptly at eight
o'clock tonight and thoBo who are In
4the habit of wandering In at a later
time will find that they have missed an
Interesting part of the program. The
program committee insisted on open
ing the meeting at an early hour and
'havecut down the length of various
proceedings in order to be able to ad
journ at ten o'clock and enable all to
spend som'o time at the . W, C. A.
reception in Memorial HalL '
The program wllL open with a .short
parliamentary law practice. Follow-
ririg'thi8 there will bo a guitar solo by
Clyde Davis. An exposition on "The
First Graft," by' J. B. Bednar.
DebUte, "Resolved, That a man Is
Justified in entering married lifo if ho
has a capital of ten dollars." Afflrtmi
Uvp, J. Magnus Swenson and Stewart
Dobbs; negative, Jr Milford Paul and
Dirk P. DeYoung. The speakers will
bo Hmltpd to ton, minutes each, and
no rebuttal speeches will bo allowed.
The program will close with an 'in
strumental solo by Mr. Phelps, after
which pale refreshments will bo
served. An Invitation' tp be present Is
extended to all.
Chapln Broa, Ploriata, 127 So. 13th.
Mealsio Tourut Cars
Tourist car paasengbra on Ue
Union Paciflo onjoy excellont dia
Ing car aoryico at .modorato ox
penad. All. omnia in dining cara aro
A LA' CARtE'
a complolo 'tndal 'or ilgnl Junch Do
ing obtalaofl at roaaohablo pricoa,,
passengers paying only for what
they order Meals can-nlao bo pro
cured at flrat-cla8s dining stations
or at lunch countors on route. Or,
If paBsengera choose, they can pro
vide themselves with lunch" baaketa,
which can bo ropleniahedi aa occa
sion requires at the dlffetont eat
ing houses on tho Hno.
If you croBB tho continent in one
of the tourist sleepers of tho
you will enjoy your trip and aavo
Inquire of i
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Fast", (lalfv ' train nerlflcm4 v ttut
Chicago NprthV Western -Railway,
the double-track railway ' from tfco
Ine at Chlcaeo with all 'lines for
all points East. The trains of the
are most 'completely equipped for the I
iciy ana comion or patrons,
The Best of Everything
Tlxets and full Information on appllcaUon to
R. W. McQINNIS, Agent, '
1034 O Street '
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"THE . UNI'8 INDI8PEN8IBLE."
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