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THE DAILY NEBRASKAIN,
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kaa advertiser, ad to anatlm
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BARBER SHOPS The Arlsto, Green's
BAKERY Mrs. Petry.
BOWLING ALLEY Crescent.
BOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coln Book Store, Unl. Book Store,
Brown Drug Co., Harry Porter.
BOOK HOSPITAL Gillespie.
BANKS Columbia National, Flrsf Na
tional. BOWLING ALLEY Crescent
CAFE Sam Westernold. Don Cam
eron. CARPETS Rudge & Guenzel.
CARPENTER Geo. A. Wilson.
CATERER "Tommy," at Miller &
CHINA Rudgo & Guenzol Co.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO Oliver Ci
gar Co., Geo. M. Conway.
CLEANERS AND DYERS Soukup &
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
gee & Deemor, Ludwig.
COAL Gregory, Whltebreast
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, The Fol-
DISEASES OF " EYE. EAR AND
THROAT Dr. Erie B. Woodward.
DRUGGISTS RIggs, Stelner, Woem-
pener, Brown, Rector, Harloy.
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, Horpol-
shelmor, Rudgo & Guenzel.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local.
FLORISTS Chapin Bros.
FURNITURE Rudge & Guenzel Co.,
GROCERS O. J. King & Son. -HABERDASHERY
$2.50 Hat Store.
HARDWARE Rudge & Guenzol Co
ICE CREAM AND ICES Franklin Ice
JEWELER Tucker, Hallett.
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros,
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
OCULISTS Dr. Davis.
' PHOTOGRAPHER Townsend.
POOL AND BILLIARDS The Heldel-
PRINTING Now Century, King &
Jessup, Greer Cooper Co.', George
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe.
ROLLER SKATING Auditorium
SHOES Sanderson Rogers & Per
kins. SHINING PARLOR Union Shining
TAILORS Unland, Union College
TYPEWRITERS Underwood Type
writer Co.. . '
TYPEWRITING J. W. BrowBter.
SPECIALISTS Dr. Erie B. Wood-
" WAITERS' BUREAU Grant
C. A. Tucker, Jeweler
Dr. Sam'l. S. Shean
1123 O STREET
Yur Patronai Salloltari
A young woman's shoe, Sorosia.
Rogers & Perkins Co.. 1129 O Street .
All advertisement In this column
must bo paid for In advance.
Rato ono cent por word each Insertion;
minimum, ton cents.
Found Wednesday on the campus,
brown mottled fountain pen. Owner
can have same by calling at Nebras
kan office and paying for this ad.
Found Pocketbook containing sev
eral articles of small value. Owner
may have same by paying for this .ad.
and identifying property.
LOST Kappa Kappa Gamma key.
Finder please return to Nobraskan of
LOST Last Saturday, gold-rimmed
eye-glasses in case. On case is name
"Arte Folsom, M. D." Return to No
CHRIS BATH HOUSE Turkish,
salt glow, sulpho-fialine, shower, plain.
11th and P Sts.
A. D. T. MESSENGERS. Tel.: Boll 190,
CASTLE & RPPBR, private ambulance
service 120-4 So. 13th St
SULPHO-SALINE Bath Houso, 14th
and M Sts.
HAVE your clothing- cleaned and
pressed at the Weber Sultorlum, 11th and
CLUB RATES Threo suits and O'coat
cleaned and pressed, $1 por month. El
liott's, 1130 O St.
PAQER BROS.. Basomont Windsor
hotel. No. 11th St Baggage and parcels.
BOSTON DentiBts, 1319 O St (
BEST soft water shampoo In the
city, 124 No. 12th St. Elizabeth Good
man. - 25-2t
Dr. E. M. Cramb, A. B., U. of N. 'Q9.
DR. W. J. WELLS, stomach, kidney,
Bkln and blood. 121C O St.
DR. H. A. SHANNON, 1130 O. Auto,
2823; Bell, 2126.
R. C. HUBERT, ladles' and gents' tail
oring and pressing. 117 No. 12th. Auto,
Any senior not satisfied with their
pictures at Kennedy's, sit until you
are. No pictures printed from faulty
E. DON SKEEN, Manager.
MY MAGAZINE. "INVESTING FOR
PROFIT" (which I'll Bond free) Is worth
$10 a copy to any man who Intends to In
vest any money, however small; who "has
money Invested unprofltably, or who can
save J5 or moro por month, but who
hasn't learned tho art of investing for
It demonstrates the REAL earning
powor of monoy tho knowledge financiers
and bankers hldo from tho masses.
It shows how to Invest small sums and
how to mako them grow Into fortunes
tho actual possibilities of Intelligent In
vestments. It reveals tho enormous profits bankers
make and showB how ono can mako tho
iCexplolns HOW stupendous fortunes
are made and WHY thoy aro mado how
11.000 grows to $22,000.
To lntroduco my magazine wrlto mo
NOW. mentioning this paper and I'll send
It SIX MONTHS FREE.
81 Jackson Blvd., Chicago.
The Officers' Hop poster, gotten up
by Mr. P. J. HarrIsonv Is the neatest
design seen on the boards for some
time and does tho artist much credit
Tho hop will be given in Fraternity
Hall, beginning at nine o'clock sharp,
Friday evening, Heretofore the hops
given by the Officers' Club have been
very successful and a good sized crowd
Is expected this year.
Captain and Mrs. J. G. Worklzor
will'chaperone the affair. -
8tudnts Debating Club.
Tho Students' Debating blub mot
let Saturday night to discuss tho ques
tion submittod by Wisconsin for tho
interstate debate, but owing to tho in
ability of tho speakers to find material
on tho question they wore unprepared
and tho discussion of tho question 'Was
postponed until tho next meeting.
During tho business meeting an
amendment to tho constitution, that
women be admitted as active members
Into the club, was introduced by J. M.
Paul and brought forth considerable
lively discussion. It was finally agreed
to postpone tho decision of this impor
tant matter until after tho "co-ed" do
bate, which is scheduled for either
February 10 or February 17. The
"co-ed" squad for this debate has al
ready been chosen. Tho question is
to bo selected by tho "squad" and an
nounced this week.
Secretary Hughes was absont and
nothing was heard concerning inter
collegiate debates. So far tho club has
"cinched" only ono dobato with an
other college. Tho Alpha Omega De
bating Club of Doano, which tho club
defeated in debate last year, is again
scheduled for a debate with tho Stu
dents' Debating Club this year. Nego
tiations with Creighton College had to
bo dropped because of arrangements
that college had made with tho "Uni
versity of South Dakota. An attempt
will be made to secure a debate with
Tho "Deestrlct" School program
given at the Union Society last Friday
night brought forth a number of vis
itors. Anything ancient seems to an-
peal to people oven more strongly
than do things modern. Tho program
was entirely original and a good op
portunity .was given for thoso taking
part to make uso of their originality.
Tho program was characteristic of a
district school program in several
ways, but what appealod to the audi
ence, perhaps, moro strongly than any
thing else was tho big, av'kward boy
with a peculiar "hitch" in his voice,
who at every turn was outwitted by
the little girl. Tho program was In
teresting to tho audience and, judging
from appearances, it was doubly Inter
esting to thoso who took part. Much
credit is due the program committee
for its successful management At
tho next meeting the society will give
a musical program.
Dr. R. H. Wolcott delivered a very
Interesting and practical address be
fore tho Medical Society Friday even
ing. At tho close of tho address an
election of officers was held. The fol
lowing officers were elected for tho
coming semester: A. A. Frlcke, presi
dent; Chas. Tomllpson, vice-president;
Bertha Elljs; secretary; Geo. Buel,
The imperial commission which' vis
ited hero last Thursday spent Friday-
and Saturday In Chicago. One of the
main attractions they found there was
an improved baby-Jumper, which his
highness the governor thought he
would have to introduce Into China.
In the evening the commissioners were
banqueted by Mayor Dunne and the
Tho sweetest, choicest and- most 'de
lectable candles made by the sweetest
of our University girls are on sale to
day In the Y. W. C. A. rooms. Every
body Is invited to come. Follow the
crowd to the pandy sale.
BARBER SHOPS Arlsto,
Palace, Mogul, Richards.
What's a dance without Tommy?
Thos. W. Coleman, better known as
'Tommy," at Miller & Palno's.
FRIDAY, 8AT. & 8AT. MATINEE
Shadows of a Great
PRICE8: Matinee, 50 A. 25 Cents.
Night, $1.00, 75,-50 & 25c.
TUE8DAY NIGHT, JAN. 30.
In the Funny Eccentric Comedy
THE WOMAN HATER
Wednesday, Mat. and Night, Jan. 31."
And Dorcthy 8herod Present
A TEXAS STEER
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital !..$ 300,00000
Surplus aad Profit 200,000,00
Forbes' Stables, livery, cab and bag
gage service, 1125-31 P St Bell phpst
550 Auto 1550.
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