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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1906)
THE OAIL.Y ISEBRA8KAN.
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Little Gem Hoi
(7aJQes and Bine
117.121 North IS
Our foreign poller, the
cerreticy, the tariff, Im
migration, high license,
woman tuflrage, penny
tmtU .departmen t itorea,
municipal ownership of
control of telegraph.
Sttk tidtt oA the aboTO
and many elhtr quit'
aud conducting a debat
ing society, with by-laws
and parliamentary rule.
Price, fii.50 Postpaid.
Cloth 469 Paget.
SINDS & NOBLE
31-33-38 Weit 18th Street, N. Y. City
Scklboi oalluilhhtrt at en iter.
Discount Sale. Sanderson's.
Junius Brown and Rodney Durkoo
of Omaha are visiting at the Phi Psi
Swell shoes; big bargains. Sandor
Officers' Hop. Fraternity Hall.
The class in Geology one will con
tinue to do laboratory work until the
ond of the semester.
Swell shoes; big bargains. Sander
eon's Sale. .
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wTlB CTBEACH, 2 FOfc 25 CTS M
ygi OLUE1T. MhALOOY & CO.. IM
Rubber Stamps, Stencils,
Seals, Trade Checks, Keys
Lock Smithing, General
Machine Works, Model
308 So. Ilth, LINCOLN
In the last Issue of "Science" ap
pears an artlclo on the "Tenth or Last
Geological Expedition of Hon. Ohas. H.
Lincoln Local Express, 1343 O SL
Miss Florence Payne, '00, Is super
intendent of the Land Point, Idaho,
Walkover shoos for college men.
Rogers & Perkins Co., 1129 O St
MIbs Lena Nelson is reported to be
Eat at , Don Cameron's new restau
rant, 119 So. 12th St
Dr. Ward is In reecipt of some rare
specimens of blood smears containing
parasltos of sleeping sickness from
Africa. Sleeping sickness is said to
bo the most fatal of all diseases.
Oliver Cigar Co., 136-137 No. 13th.
Helen Sargent, '05, Is teaching at In-dlanola.
Dr. Woodward, diseases- of the eye,
ear, nose and throat. Richards block.
CHICAGO CENTRAL Y. M. C. A.
Monday, January 29, 1906.. Armory.
8:15 p. m.
GEORGE A. WILSON
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
. Estimates furnished upon application.
Job work promptly attended to. ,
246 Statu Tilth St.
it. H. GILLESPIE
1624 9 Stmt
Chicago Central Y. M. C. A. "Me
teors" vs. Nebraska. Armory.
, February 3.
Bakor University vs. Nebraska.
Freshman-Sophomore Athletic Con
Friday, Feb. 16.
9 p. m. Junior Prom. Lincoln
Friday, April 20.
9 p. m. Senior Prom. , Lincoln
CONVOCATION. . s
Wednesday January 24.
Prof. W. M. Patterson, Nebraska
Wesloyan University, will talk on
Friday, January 26.
Chaplain for the week: Rev. F. W.
The proposition of flooding the now
city park for skating purposes Js being
seriously delayed by the absence of
Mr. Campen, city engineer, who. has
been called to the Isthmus of Panama,
and other mombors of tho committee.
"Robert Burns," the Leading IQcClga
Whon down town moot your frlonda at
GEO. M. CONWAY'S
ma O STREET
The only oxoIubIyo olfrar and tobacco store
in tho olty
We have always been known as the
( We want your business.
YULE BROS. HAND LAUNDRY
5U O Street.
Auto a784, Bell 574
Mr. L. S. Stoors, University of No
braska'Ol, and who-also took his
master's degree at Nobraska in 1903,
has been called to Now Haven, Conn.,
as technical export for tho Now York,
New Haven & Hartford Railroad com
pany, Ho ontered-upon his new duties
January 1. Since his graduation Mr.
Stoors hns been geologist for tho
Northern Pacific railroad.
8unday, January 28.
Mr. H. O. Hill of Now York City
speak 3 at Students' Mass Meeting in
8aturday, February 2.
Intorclass meet in tho University
Leaders for Y. vy. Noon Meetings.
Monday Miss Vlbbard.
Tuesday Miss Peterson.
Wednesday MIbs Myers.
Thursday Miss Drako.
Friday Miss Barnes. '
J. W BreWBtor, Stenographer. Rich
Printing George Bros., 13th & N.
UDHNT - TRADB, - gOLlClTHD
Mi Pkom 1707, - 1140 0 Street
All candidates for Sophomoro car
nival team moot for practice every
afternoon from 4 to 5 in Gym.
Don't forget the Uni. School of Muslo
T Try-otits for Sophomoro , carnival
team-will be held Saturday, January
27 ,from 3 to 5 p. m. -All candidates,
should bo on hand promptly,
"Eat at tho Uni. Music Cafe.
Swell shoes; big bargains. Sander
WANTED Every user or prospec
tive user of a typewriter to have a
freo trial of the VISIBLE Underwood.
Underwood Typewriter Co.,
Bell Phono No. 348. 13G No. 11th St
Dr. Ward Is" sending out 'printed
copies of an address ho delivered some
time ago at tho University ofr Colo
rado at the Installation of a chapter of
the Sigma Si fraternity;
pinion Shining Parlor Shine, Ave
coats; chair's for ladles. 1018 O St
Mable Stephen, '04, was visiting
with her University friends Saturday.
Miss Stephen Is at present teaching in
the Omaha schools.
CRESCENT BOWLING ALLEY
' 1134- N STREET
JPRIVATE - ALLEYS - F?OR LADIES
D. L. Cramer, '07, has left -school
to enter tho government service n
the Omaha postofflco. Ho expocts.to
return to school noxt fall.
E. F. Myors, '04, is a momber of the
water polo team at Harvard this year.
Ho played In tho game with Brown
University on January 18.
GREGORY THE COAL MAN
CHARLES B. GREGORY, U. of N; '91.
BOTH PHONES. J044O STREET
Swell shoes; big bargains, Sander
Intercollegiate Alumni Association.
Professor Fogg and Adjunct Profes
sor Louise Pound addressed tho' Inter
collegiate Alumni Association Satur
day on "Methods of Teaching English
Comppsltlon" and "The Teaching of
English Literature." The association
Is composed largely of educators.
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 'Richards Blk.
It Is reported that W. F. 'Heath of
the M. E. department was recently
married to a school teacher of Madi
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