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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1906)
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THe DAILY NEBRASKA1N,
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tnrffed to patronise thca Hebrss- (
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY j
Every Loyal UaWraUjr, Sttidf nt la j
- BARBER SHOPS The Aristo, Green's
BAKERY Mrs. Pe'try.
BOWLING ALLEY Crescent.
BOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op, " Lin-
colu Boole, Store, ,JJnit .Book'Storo,,
Brown Dns Co., Harry Porter.
BOOK HOSPITAL Gillespie.
BANKS Columbia National, Firsf Na
tional. BOWLING ALLEY Crescent
CAPE Sam Westerfleld. Don1 Cam
CxVRPETS Rudgq & Ouonzol.
CARPENTER Geo. A. Wilson.
CATERER "Tommy," at Miller &
CHINA Rudgo & Guenzel Co.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO Oliver Ci
gar Co., Geo. M. Conway.
.CLEANERS AND.DYERS Soukup &
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Mu
geo & Deemer, Ludwig.
COAL Gregory, Whltebreast.
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, The Fol-
DINING HALL University Dining
DISEA8ES OF EYE, BAR .JND
TIHIOAT Dr. Erlo B. Woodward.
DRUGGISTS Rlggs, Stelner, Woom-
penef, Brown, Rector, Harley.
DRY -GOODS Miller & Paine, Herpol-
ahelmor, Rudge & Guenzel.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local.
FURNITURE Rudgo & Guonzol Co.,
GROCERS O. J. King & Son. x
HABERDASHERY 12.50 HatStore.
JIARDWA'RE Rudgo & Guehjsel Co.,
ICE CREAM AND ICES Franklin Ice
Cream Co. x
JBWELE.RT-Tucker, Hallett x v
OCULISTS Dr, Davis.
POOL AND BILLIARDS The Heldol-
PRINTING New Century, .King &..
' Jos&up; Greer 'Cooper Co., George
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe. .
ROLLER SKATING - Auditorium
- Rink. ,
SHOES Sanderson, ".Rogers "& P,or
BHI&INd JPAItLOR Union Shining
Parlor- r -3
' iTAILOS Unland, ' Union , Collego
. Tailors, Ludwig.
..TYPEWRITERS Underwood' ' Tyjo
writer Co. - -
- , TYPEWRITING J. W, BrowB.ter.
'SPECIALISTS ?r. Erie B. Wood
ward: ( ' . "
WAITERS1 BUREAU Grant.
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SPECIALS NOTICES. -
llato 0110 cent por word each insertion;
mhilmum, ten cents.
A PLACE to set a good $2.60 hat. J2.5J.
Hot Store, 1141 O BU
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FOUND A largo gentleman's signet
ring. Owner may secure sarao by call
ing at this-ofllco and paying charges..
Found Wednesday on tho campus,
brown mottled fountain pen. Owner
can havo samo by calling at Nobras-1
ivjiiituiuv;u- uuu.yuj'iug tui 1.1110 tiu.
Found Pocketbook containing sov
eral articles of small value. Owner
may havo same by paying for this ad.
and identifying proporty.
A. D. T. MESSENGERS. Tel.: Boll 100,
KEYS and repairing of all kinds. T. J.
Thorp & Co., 308 So. 11th St.
CASTLE & PDPEIt. prlvato ambulance
service. 120-4 So. 13th St.
SULPHO-SALINB Bath llouso, 14th
and M Sts.
.,8UJTQRJUM; ; ,
HAVE your clolhlnp cleaned and
prossed at the Wcbcr Sultorlum, 11th and
BAGGAGE TRANSFER. '
. PAGER BROS., Basement Windsor
hotel, No.llth St Baggage and parcols.
FOR KENT ROOMS.
Modern room, suitable for two orr
three. B3i North Twelfth street.
THE only up-to-date repairing factory
In tho city. Prices tho lowest. Work
manship tho beat. 1220 O St
" ' DENTI8T8.
BOSTON Dentists, 1319 O St.
BEST soft water shampoo In the
city, 12i No. 12th St. Elizabeth Good
man. ' " 25-2t
Dr. E. M. Cramb, A. B., U. of N. '99.
LOST '02 L. H. S. claBS pin, Thurs,
.day, January 11. Finder plcaBe roturn
to Nobraakan oftlce.
LOST Gold bracelet.
LOST At Senior Farm party, Jan.
12, a valuable cane, souvenir of Get
tysburg. Owner values as keopsaks,
thq borrower desires 'to return same.
PleafcQ return to Nebraskan ofllco.
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CHRIS' .BATH HOUSE Turkish,
salt glow, sulpho-sallne, sho.wor, plain.
11th and P Sts.
, Negrof CoJIbge Fraternity.
Thp first national Greek letter fra-
tornity to bo-founded-by colored stu-,
dents was organized January 3- at tho
OWo .State University, by elevQp.col -
-oreu stuuents. rno rrniernuy is caiiou
tho PI Gamma Omlcron. ' Charters
have1 been arranged to bo "granted to
tho following universities: Chicago,
Indiana', "Donisont Flske Tennessee,
Hampton College, Wllberforco and Vir
ginia. Historian Barrett, 'as secretary of
the alumni, has sent a circular lotter
to all university graduates requesting
them to .'Inform him relative to their
occupations, address, etc., the object
being to publish all such data in the
form of an Alumnus Bulletin. This
custom Is' In vogue In a.11 prominent
Eastern universities, and Xs of grqat
value, both to tho institution and the
ulumiii members. . '
SwelJ shoes; big. bargain's. Sander
Nobraska Sta'fo Horticultural So-v
cioty, State Farm, 9 a. m.
Nebraska Improvod LIvo Stock
Breeders' Association, Stato Farm,
9:30 a. m.
Nebraska Park and Forestry Asso
ciation, Slato Farm, 1:30" p. m.
3 p. m. Special convocation. No
Friday, January 19.
Farmers' Instltuto Conference, Stato
Farm, 1 p. m. -
Saturday, January 20.
9 p. m. Band Informal. Chapel.
Omcors' Hop. Fraternity Hall.
Friday, Feb. 16.
9 p. m. Junior Prom.
Friday, April 20.
9 p. m. Senior Prom. Lincoln
Hotel. ' ' -
Friday, January 19.
Cbaplnin for tho week: Prof. F. A.
Stuff. x .
Monday, January 22.
Mr. A. L. Gale, editor of Lincoln
Wednesday January 24.
Prof. W.' M. -iPattorson, Nebraska
Wesloyan Univorslty, will talk on
Chaplain for tho weekr "Rev. F. W
Saturday, January 28. -
Mr. H. O. Hill of NowYork City
speaks at Studonts' Mass Rfcoljng in
Loaders for Y. W. noon meetings:
Thursday Miss Nelson.
Friday Miss Keller.
Miss Annlo J. Beams Is assistant
principal at Cozad.
WIllfordT. King is teaching science
ln.tho.Wymoro high school. ..,
-Miss Bertha F. Marshall, '05, is
teaching nt Dakota City, Nebr. .
-Dr. Gordon formerly principal of
tho Lincoln High School and' assistant
In 4ho "department 'of Geology In tho
Stato-Unlvorslty, lanow Instructor In
1 tho stfttQ UnIVorslty at 'Seattle, -Wash-
ington, but wllloTjn go into tho ser
vice of the United States , .Geological
Survey with headquarters at Wash
ington, D. C. "
Arthur Duffy, tho world's record
sprlntor, through his attorney, has
served notice on Secretary James F.
Sullivan of tjp Aiffciteur Athletic
Union, that imless the fatter rein
states Duffy's records In the Athletic
Almanac for 190G as an amatour ath
lete, suit will bo brought to compel
him to do' so. , Duffy justifies his ac
tion by stating that tho A. A U. lias
ignored Its own rules and regulations
in striking his records from the books.
. Pennsylvania has declined to meet
Michigan In nn indoor track meet at
What's a dance without Tommy?
TOMMY, THE CATERER.
Try those new candy mints.
FRIDAY, 8AT. & SAT. MATINEE
MY JUTS FAMILY
Mat. 75c; Eve. 75c, 50c, 35c & 25c.
MONDA' YNIGHT, JAN22,
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25.000 Now Words and Phras.
New Gazetteer of the WorM
nevf mograpnioai Dictionary
., KllUiA fcy W. T. Hurls Ih.D.. LL.U..
Uiilud KlMri Commkitorvir of Kiiawtlon.
2M03mrto P;e. 6000 Illustration.
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V. W. C, A. Camiy 8ae.
ThodovoHonal and .(ntorcolleglOto
committees are planning to give a
candy-salo in tUo Y. W. C. A. rooms
on , Wednesday; Jknpary 24, from 9
a. m.'to 6 p., m. Come and buyf, the
choicest" of candles mado by tho Uni
versity girls. '
Notice. - .
The committee,, on commencement
arrangements, class of .'07, will meet
in U, 203 at 1 p. m., Thursday,. JanuT
T. O. Calvert, '02, former assls'int
In the department of . Geology ln,th'o
University of 'Nebraska, has accepted
a position in tho'Geological dopartmftMt
In the Stato .University at Seattle,
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