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THE DAILY NBBRASKAN
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U all No Tommy
The U of N Caterer
lio's in business for hims'll'
.il 208 So. 12h
Thos. A. Coleman,
IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN
About your Clothes, Do
it NOW. -:- I036 0
Now lines In fall millinery. The Fa
inouB, Thirteenth and O streets'
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r DHUnOinun uumrHivi o
B EXCLUSIVE H
I TAILORS I
8 1320 N St., Lincoln, Neb. 8
W Get your shoes shined by Q
R COLE & McKENNA'S
O PALM GARDEN 8
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Every T.oyiil Unlterwlt.r Student it
urcl to pnlronlzo IIm-so NcIii-ha- k
Urii HltTCl'tlhel'M, ItlKt ti iiitttitlon
lite paper vrlillo doing in. : : :
RAKEIUES Dulrymple; PcU.
HANKS First Trust and Savings.
I NRP.ER SHOPS Ornnd Central;
Marshall; Mogul; Richards. j
HATH HOFSE -CIiiIh.
I'.OOK STORKS Co-op; l.iucolu;
rniuThlty. . i
CMLNRS Cole & McJsViitm; Malt's
CLEANERS Wood. I
CLOTH INC Furquhar; Mngee &'
Doemer; Mayer Pros.; Sterling. I
CO.N L Gregory ; Whltebreast.
coln Candy Kitchen; Olympiu Candy
DENTISTS Graham; Yungblut.
DRY GOOnS Hcrpolshoimcr; Miller
FLORISTS Clmjiin; C
Fl ItNJSHINGS 1 lucid:
IVomer; Mayer Pros
HAIR DRESSER Mrs
HAIR SPECIALIST Rice.
JEWELERS E. Fleming; HnrriH;
MyiTf,: Tucker; Halletl.
J Al'NDRIES Evans; Merchants.
MILLINERY Famous; Nichols.
OPTICIANS Ilallott; Myers; Shean.
PIANOS Seumoller & Mueller.
Ml INTERS George Bro.; Simmons.
KESTAF RANTS Moslon Lunch;
Puds; Camerons; Church; Climax;
Dons; Dickinson.-;.: .Fi.mcrs Pros.;
SHINING PARLOR Cole K Me-
SHOES U-ckin .n Pros: Cincinnati
Hereford & Polly; Rugeis A- Per
SKIRTS Lincoln Skirt Co.
STATIONERY -Porter; Roo 1.
'1 A1LOKS Hackstrom; I)ro,h r: El
liot'.; Heflley; Herzog; Ltrlwig;
Scotch Wfjolen Mills.
'I 1 1 ENTERS Jewell; Jo.-o; OMver;
TUorERS Raker Pants Co.
G. K. AKAGI & BROS.
Everybody is cordially in- .
vitod to call and, inspect
onr Btoro .'.
204 South Twelfth Si.
DO YOU KNOW
vvhoro to got tho boat ISyo Glosses
for the least jnonoyV Have your
eyes examined--it will cost you
nothing, and may save your sight
DR. W. A. MYERS,
THE GRADUATE OPTICIAN
1343 O St.
1 g Would like to be g
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x viii f Dime R
18 IULL UltUO. G
IN BERMUDA ISLES.
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v,-. bav been moved oi and h i
enc has mavel In.
The collection of corals which was
oi -titled is said to be the second best
in the country, and the collection of
fish when completed will be Mirpusrf
e,l ;jnl by that of the Field Museum
of Natural History at Chicago.
On his way to the llermuda MandM
Pi.ifefsor Harbour stopp 1 at a class
celebration at Yale Cnivcrsl.'y.
After a week spent in festivities the
class turned over to th. treasurer of
the university $21,000 in one amount
and $2."i,000 in another, to be used in
helping ;he institutljn along. The
professor declared that a spirit 'of
this kind will go fur towards making
the Fnlversity of Nebraska a greater
and broader success.
WHAT THEY DID.
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lurl brilliant. Ransom and Lamb
were tried out in the second half.
Roth men s!iv experience. Aug
ney played a pretty game at quarter.
He lost his head after the Hrst touch
d.iwn and balled i i his days but on
the whole his work was satisfactory.
The Kansas team is light. The for
ward pass will probably bv one of the
hardest worked plays. There are no
big men on the team who can he used
io ram through the line. The team
also lacks a good heady quarter. Per
haps when Rice gets back in the game
he may call the signals.
.Mr. Plair Goff, of Cottonwood, ri. I).,
formerly a I'niverslly smdt nt from
Pierc. . Nebraska, and Miss Lura
Moore of Osmond, Nebraska, were,
married at Siouv Clt, Tuesday. They
will re.-dde at Cottonwood, where Mr.
Goff is engng d in the real estate
j The Forestry Club held its lust
meeting in Nebraska Hull 110, Eiilay
night. The elecJon of ofllccs resuPcd
as follows: president, Mr. Cooper;
vice-president, C. R. Tillilson, seere
tiirv -treasurer, II; H. Greenamyre.
The Engineering Society will meet
Tuesday, October !), tit 7:;:0 p. m., In
M. 21 1. A special invitation is ix-
tended to students not members to
come around and gel acquainted with
. the Society.
E. II. Thomas, Law, '02, at present
manager of Rrjidstreet's Mercantile
Agency in this city, leaves for Salt
Lake City, Wednesday to take charge
of the ofllce there.
C. A. Mohrman, '01, Is In charge ot
the Atkinson schools this jear. On
August 2S he wtts united in marriage
with Miss Ethel V. Napier, of Evving.
Lost At the Students' Reception, in
lie First Presbyterian church, October
o, 1!)07, it hat marked 11. I). E. Findci
please leave tit Nobruskan olllce.
The Hrst reguhir meeting of the
i Fu.Vfttry Club will be held Tuesday
'evening In Nehrasku Hall, lie. Every
')Oi'. is invited to attend.
There will io a mooting of the Lat
'n Club this evening at S:0( .o'clock
in Hay's Il'ill. Annlit Chuil.e.-i. vice
president. Mr. uud Mia. Fred llunUr. pJOo,
and ISiOO. of Ashinnd witneuxe l the
: South DtiUoiiL gtune Satuj'da.v.
A. .I. Ludden, 'Ot, is principal pr the
Fremont high school.
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