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BANKS First Trust and Savings.
BAKERIES -Dalrymplo, Folsom, Pe-
BARBER SHOPS Grand Central,
Green's Shops, Marshall, .Emmort.
BATH HOUSE Chris'.
BOOK STORES Co-op; Lincoln;
CAFE--Savoy, Windsor, Sams, DonB,
CIGARS Colo & McKenna; Matt's
CLOTHING Fatouhar: Mageo &
Deemer; Mayer Bros.; Sterling.
COAL Gregory; Whltebroast.
CONFECTIONERY Dalrymplo; Lin
coln Candy Kitchen; Olympla Candy
Co., Rood, Hlrschner-Morse.
DANCING ACADEMY Lincoln, Pitts'.
DENTISTS Graham; Yungblut.
DRY GOODS Herpolshelmcr; Millor
FLORISTS Chapln; C. H. Frey.
FURNISHINGS Budd; Mageo &
Deemer; Mayor Bros.; Sterling.
HAIR DRESSER Mrs. Davis; Mmo.
Ross, Mrs. J. C. Bell.
HAIR SPECIALIST Rico.
JAPANESE GOODS Akagl.
JEWELERS E. Fleming; Harris;
Myers, Tucker, Hallett, Henderson
IAUNDRIES EvanB; Merchants;
LUNCHEONETTES Tommy, Folsom.
MILLINERY Famous; Nichols.
OPTICIANS Hallett; Myers; -Shean.
PHOTOGRAPHS Blazok, Haydeu,
PIANOS Schmoller & Muoller.
PRINTERS George BroB.; Simmons.
REAL ESTATE Humphrey.
RESTAURANTS Boston Lunch;
Buds; Camerons; Church; Climax;
Dons; Dickinsons; Francis Bros.;
Sams, Windsor, Palaco Dining Hall.
SHINING PARLOR Cole & Mc
Kenna. SHOES Beckman Bros; Cincinnati
Hereford & Potty; Rogors & Por
SKIRTS Lincoln Skirt Co.
STATIONERY Porter; Rood.
TAILORS Backstrom; DreBher; El-
Hott; Heffloy; Herzog; Ludwlg;
Scotch Wollon Mills, Union College
THEATERS Jewell; Joy-o; Oliver;
Lyric, Bijou, Wonderland, Elite.
TROUSERS Baker Pants Co.
The U of N Caterer
He's in business for Jrimself
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mrLooU. for tho Red Llahrl
Thos. IA. Coleman,
Miss A. E. Soukup, dressmaking.
Special attention given to students.
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IT 18 IMPORTANT.
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"What Is my relation to tho church"
The solution of tho problom will bo
quite distinct In each collego and unl
vorslty In accordance with tho vdrylng
regulations and local conditions. In
gcnrnl, it may bo suggoated that ovory
Christian studont Bhould--bo n com
municant member of somo Christian
church; ovory Christian studont
should bo n regular attendant upon
the services of somo church; every
Christian studont should bo engaged
in tho work of somo church. Excep
tions, however, aro to bo immediately
noted. -College regulations in a lnrgo
.number of cases mako it impossible or
Impracticable for such attondanco,
Hupport or service to bo glvon. No ex
ception however, Is to bo mndo In
the mattor of church membership. It
lc tho duty as woll as the privllego of
every bolievor In Christ to oponly
manifest his allegiance to Christ by a
mnnly confession of his faith and by
an actual enrollment In some Chris
tian church. Ho owos it to hlmnblf, ho
owes it to his companions, ho owos It
to the church, ho owos It to tho Lord.
Men who are graduatod from collego
without publicly uniting with tho
church take that Btop In lator lifo only
In rnro instances; and, on tho other
hand, personal Influence Is never so
strong or so unconscious hb whon ox
ercised by consistent Christians in un
However, when thiB initial Btop has
been taken, It may bo ImpoBslblo to
assumo any active part In tho work of
the church during tho ucademlc year.
Compulsory attondance at chapol, loy
alty to tho work of tho Christian As
sociation, student gatherings for pray
er and conferences, may mako It Im
practicable to enter actlvoly into
church life, yet oven in such cases
one's relation to the church should bo
remembered. Especial effort Bhould
bo made to partake regularly of tho
Sacrament, and during vacation days,
to faithfully attend tho sorvices of
some church. Whoro, on tho other
hand, there aro no conflicting obliga
tions, undorgraduato days may bo pe
culiarly fruitful and helpful In the
sphere of nctivc church lifo.
First of all, tho student should se
lect somo church which will beconio
for him during his collogo courso a
religious homo. Ho Bhould carefully
avoid tho habit of wandorlng from
church to church, and Bhould havo a
dcflnlto pluce as well as tlmo for wor
ship. Wo would furthor suggest that
he should choose, if pbHslblo, somo
church of tho particular donominatlon
to which ho naturally belongs, In view
of early training and associations. It
Is too often happens that the attrac
tiveness of somo preacher, or tho Im
presslvoness of somo now form of wor
ship, leads a student to chango his de
nominational relationship, from no
deep sense of religious conviction and
with no real spiritual galnt but with
consequent embarrassments and mis
understandings in tho home circle to
which he returns. Having made his
choice, let him publicly unite with this
church either on confession of faith
or by letter, and' let him regard tho ac
tivities and interests of this church as
n part of his collego career. Tho re
Rult will be a safeguarding and a de
veloping of his spiritual life, and tho
opening boforo him of a sphere of
wide influence and service A young
man In this most Impressionable per
iod of his life needs the oversight of
a 'sympathetic pastor, who will noto
his presence or absenco at servlco and
will counsel and guide him In times of
temptation, discouragement, and
doubt. On the. other hand, ho can aid
tho pastor In ways possible for him
alone. Among these avenues of ser
vice might bo suggested', In particular,
tho bringing of other young men into
contact with tho pastor and the lifo of
thechurch. Ho can give Invitations to.
sorvices and can supply introductions
at their close. Ho can bring fellow Btu
dents to the pastor's home, ho can so-,
cure for the pastor Invitations to ad
dress student gatherings and to at
tend college functions and to meet
students on social occasions and In
their own rooms, he can help with tho
music or teach In the Sabbath school
or stimulate the growth and-incroaao
the Influence of the young peoples' so-,
cletles. He can thus bo prepared, at
'.ho time of graduation, to take as
prominent a part In the work of the
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