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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1906)
Ztbe E a i I Ifoebrasftan
ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON
AFTER THE DANCE
THe Ensign Omnibus and
For Good, Prompt
PR. JNO. J. DAUIS
ist und Optician
Spectacle and Oyc
? Glasses Correctly
Onico t222 O St., Auto Phono 8021
, Chocolates and
Tht Dm fcttv.
Foot Balls, Punching Bags,
Head Gears, Union Suits, and
all sorts of Athletic Goods at the &
right prices. Q
You aro always welcome O
me In and see. Q
Lincoln Cycle Co.
1317 O 8t.
H. E. Sidles Old Stand.
(Continued from Page 1.)
D. D. Plumb, asslgnod to Co. A.
F. E. Wattors, assigned to Co. C.
R. L. Nelson, asslgnod to Co. B.
B. II. Savin, assigned to Co. D.
II. S. Stephenson, assigned to Co. A.
D. A. Kuoblor, assigned to Co. C.
W. S.MIousoworth, assigned to Co. B.
J. Vollontlno, assigned to Co. D.
0. S. Hofflobowor, assigned to Co. A.
R. L. WllllamB, assigned to Co. C.
C. L. Swanson, asslgnod to Co. B.
.1. C. Rosier, assigned to Co. D.
L. L. Bishop, assigned to Co. A.
P. E. Fulton, assigned to Co. C.
H. F. Wundor, assigned to Co. B.
V. White, assigned to C6D.
A. K. Plotorsen, assigned to Co. A.
C. B. Toof, assigned to Co. C.
G. N. Lamb, assigned to Co. B.
H. H. Wheeler, assigned to Co. D.
R. J. Scarborough, assigned to Co. A.
2. The above ofllcors and non-com-
missioned ofllcors will rank In the or-4
dor or appointment
By order of Captain Worklzor. .
M. F. WASSON,
First Llout. and Batt. Adjutant, Batt
of Cadets, Adjutant.
BOTANY 8EMJNAR CELEBRATES,
i continued from page 1.)
was In no way lowered. Now the Sem
inar has reached a point whore, Its
members aro acknowledged authorities
on the subjects they discuss and it was
In tho hopo. of stimulating research
that it finally decided to open Its doors
to the undergraduates of tho Botany
Club. A renewed activity and a still
wider Influence than It has oxorted In
tho past Is tho aim of the enlarged
Do Furs Interest You?
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If so, wo are sure you can spend a profitable half 'hour In our Fur De
partment. We have on display some of the fineot Fur Garments which
the designers and skilled labor can build. No matter where you buy
your Furs, it will be profitable to you, If only for the sake' of compar
ison, to see our stock of Furs, and get a correct Idea of style.
Neck Pieces, $2.50 up to $100; Jackets $35 to $500
THE LATEST AND BEST SELLING B00K8 OF THE FALL
Publisher's price, $1.50. Our price, $1.08
JANE QABLE, by Rob't. Barr McCutcheon. - '
THE FIGHTING CHANCE, by Robt. W. Chambers.
THE PRISONERS, by Mary Cholmondcley.
THE CALL OF THE BLOOD, by Robert Hickens. , ,
KATHERINA, by Roy Rolfe Gibson.
TRUTH ABOUT TOIUA, by Bertha Runkle.
BLINDFOLDED, by Earl Ashley Wolcott .
THE AWAKENING OF HELENA RICHIE, by Margaret Delnnd.
THE MAN IN THE CASE, by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps.
MOON FACE, by Jack London.
Free Demonstration Of Fleming's
by Miss Fleming, center of third aisle In Toilet Section. She will be
glad to demonstrate, and explain tho merits of this very effective
Miller & Paine
Would Like to bo our
Mr. J. L. Burgess of tho Bureau of
Soils of the United States Department
of Agriculture, has boon at work all
summer making a survey of the soils
of Lancaster county, and has mado in
addition a 'particular study of tho
soils of the State Farm. For the" lat
ter ho mado a fine largo map, 40x20
Inches In size, and colored so as to
show all the varieties of soils ropre-1
sontod. Mr. Burgess showed this map
to tho Chancellor yesterday, who was
much pleased with it, and mado a re
quest that a copy bo made for the
uso of the University.
Where Can I Get a HacK?
At the Forbes Stables, of course
. to furnlBh music at those
8MOKER3 AND TEA8.
An infinite variety of pieces
at your command. Anything
from the popular song, "Wait
ing at tho Church,," to "Celeste
Alda," by Caruso.
Lot us play one for you.
Waterman Fountain Pens
Miss Lena Nelson, '06, Is visiting
her University friends. On the 30th
of this month Bho will sail for India
as missionary. She will bo accom
panied by MJbb Llvormoro, who has
been homo for a vacation after several
years of service In India. MIbs Nelson
is being sent out by the MothodlsU
Missionary Society. Her field of ac
ktlvity will be In northeastern India,
near Lahore 'While in the University
she was a leading member of the
Mission Band. She will spend the
time up to her departure at her homo
Carried In Town.
. . STORE
ftoss P. Curtice Co.
1125 0 STREET'
Mrs. Nosmythe, principal of tho Ado
line Smith School for Colored Girls,
at Little Rock, Arkansas, spoke a few
minutes at the Y. W. C. A. noon
prayer mooting yesterday. She gave
an Interesting talk about tho work of
her school, which is ono of the oldest
Industrial schools In tho South.
Green's Barber ' Shops are the best
In 'the West. . -.''..
Mr. A. R. Swoboda, Instructor In
Electrical Engineering, has been olect
ed associate member of the Amorlcan
Institute of Electrical Engineers. With
Professor Morse as full member and
Mr. Swoboda 'as assbclate, Nebraska is
fully represented in this national organization.
DRAKE UNIVERSITY U
Saturday, Oct. 13.
, Miss Sadie Fowler, '03,. Is Instructor
In the South -.Omaha -High School.
R. E7. ER.1AIIN, '99 - A. E. PERKINS
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