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THE DAILY NEBRA8KAN
S. F.tf iitirflili
Special Service to
Bell Phone . 355
Auto . . 3365
A Specialty In- Oysters In Season
117-19-21 North 13th St.
We manufacture all of our
Candies & let Drum
Wo senre tho most delicious Hot
and Cold Drinks in the olty
TRY OUR FAMOUS ATHENIAN
CHEW "NUT LOVET"
EAT "SAUER KRAUT"
CLYMPIA CANDY CO,, 1131 0 St,
1337 O STREET
Do Your Washing
, ' MME. F. F. ROSS
Scientific Chiropodist Manicurist
'; MIR IIESSIKI HI aaSIME-MILOIS
', 1339 0 8t, LINCOLN, NEB.
fu. J. HERZSOO
JHE UNIVERSITY, HUES' TAILOB
The finest workdosrt and prices right.
11230 OSt -"
Peg Top Corduroy Pants
CLIAS BAKER PANTS CO.,
J H8 So. EfSBVElSrTH St.
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Conklin's Self-Filling Pen is tho
best fountain pen for both student
and professor on account of tho
Crescent-Filler. To fill
simply dip it in any ink, and press
tho Crescent-Filler" that's nil. No
dropper no inky fingers no ruffled
temper. Guaranteed to bo a perfect
Leading dealers tinndlo tho Conklin. If
yours does not. order direct. Refuso sub
stitutes. Send (or hnndsomo now caUlosr.
THE CONKLIN PEN CO.
310 Mulillii Billdlil. TOLEDO. OHIO
Th Oruf Cutttr.
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & 0PTI01AH
C. A. Tucker1
1123 0 STREET. YELLOW FRONT
Ysur Palrsmge Solicited
JU8T RECEIVED THOSE
Our Luncheonettoe and
Hot Chocolate Soda are
131 Stuth llthStrnt
Palace pining Hall." No lunch
Suits and O'coats
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World's Greatest' Tailors
J. F. GREQ0h,MuMsr ass Gutter r '
,-riirtaor.! -nnA"Mnrr u '
1 145 S8.JWf-tM,l:slrMl'
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0 Would like to be g
o your Laundrymcn O
A lottor has booh recolved from W.
0 Jonklns, C. E 1907, tolling of his
work In tho Cuban u'opartmont of
Public Wors. Ho is assistant to tho
chief engineer, in chnrgo of construct
ing forty-flvo miles of macadam road
botweon Manzanillo and Bayamo, and
has charge of tho field work. Another
communication, from A. Q. Schrolbor
of tho same class, who is in ohargo
of ofllco work on tho samo Job as Mr.
Jenkins, tolls o preparations for put
ting in a municipal water-works plant,
nnd other improvements which will
furnish experience a plenty for the
two Nobraska graduates.
B. E. White, C. E., 1907, loft last
night for Iowa City, whoro ho will
install a chapter of tho Sigma Tau
fraternity. The, organization which
has boon granted tho charter consols
of thirteen students and threo honor
ary faculty members and promises to
becomo on aggresslvo and actlvo fra
ternity. Tho Iotoa organization will
bo known us Bota Chapter. Sigma
Tau was foundod at Nebraska Uni
versity in the year 1904, and draws
its members from tho Jhinlotr wnd
Senior engineering classes, on a baBls
of scholarship and professional pro
mlse. Tho Iowa chnntor Ih tho fli-nt
branch that ban been given a chartor,
and has beon formed with tho appro
val and co-oporatlon of tho faculty
of tho encinoerlns; colleiro of Inwn
Several familiar faces hnvo uppoar
od on tho cnmptiH In tho Inst two
weeks, from tho Nebraska electrical
squud which went back to tho West
inghouse company nt the beginning
of the summer. Thoy nro all dlBpoBOd
to take a cheerful vlow of tho misfor
tune which has thrown so many ap
prentices out of work In tho great
Pittsburg factoid, and somo aro al
ready located In new positions. Prof.
Morse haB received a lettor from
CIuib. E. Downton, foroman of appren
tices, who regrets tho ncccHslty which
caused tho suspension of tho Nebras
ka men, nnd takes occasion to say,
"We can assuro you that their Bor
vices were entirely satisfactory, and
fwe hopo that within tho near future
conditions will change &. an extent
which will permit their re-ongagement
for a continuation and completion of
Miss Cordolla Lukehart, ex-1909, was
In Lincoln yostordny on her way to
Tennessee, whoro flho will spend tho
MIbb Davis' halrdresslng parlors arJ
m mo ramous. jiairurossmg, mani
curing, faclnl massage, scalp treat
ment. Halrwork done. Phono, P
Miss A. E. Soukup, drossmaklng,- "
Special attention given to students.
H30 O S. Auto 1737.
Why not tako your bath at Chris'
bath liouso, Eleventh and P streets?
Tho bost placo to oat in town Is at
Dodb Cafo ,114 So. Eloventh street.
Dr. Chas. Youngblur, dentlBt, 202
Chapln Bros., florists, 127 So. 12th.
JubI a iqulet evening menl at Dnlrym
Plo'o. 'Cnmo'ron's lunch counter 423 So, 12.
Bcckmnn Bros. FIno shoes, 1107 O. st
Try PrrfnclB Bros.' restaurant, 1020 P
Patronlzo Capital Hotel Barber shop.
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Tf r A V MATINEE, 2:30
P wUM I TONIGHT, 8:15
Sousa And His Band.
55 Musicians. 3 Soloists:
MAT. 75c TO 25c. EVE. $1.00 TO 50c.
Tuesday Night, Nov. 19.
"CUPID AT VASSAIt"
MATINEE 3 P. M. BVB. 7t46 & 9t00
PRICES TEN AND TWENTY CENTS
DELPENINO AND DELMORA
ART FISHER The Opwboy Mlwlc
8TEWART AND COMPANY
GILROY; HAYNE8 AND MONT
GOMERY "Good 8hlp f
Mat. at 3 p. m. Evening 7:45 and 9.
NEW MANAGEMENT NEW POLICY
Balcony 10 cents, 300 seats reserved
20 cents, boxes 25 cents. Nothing
higher. Three performances dally.
FOUR YEAR OLD HEROINE
ONIONS MAKE PEOPLE
TOWING AN AUTO
LOVE MICROBE w4
8IMPKJNS' SATURDAY .OFF,!)
ILL FATED CABBY .
"THE HERMIT ON THE MI88-1
I88IPPI SHORE" '.:'
Chas. L. Bogley. . '
MatlHiis, ?, 3 Mi 4 p. m. i
Evenings, 7, 8, 9 and JO i.m.
ADMISSION -10 CEHTS!
THE LITTLE-GLOBE TROTTERJ ,
BURGLARS 8URPRI8ED i
WONDERFUL1 LANTERN A
'' By Gorasn Lint) ,
THE 'UNI' SMOKE HOUSE
Welcomes all students and Invites you
to enjoy our Smoking and Readme
Room. It's a pleasure to please. Tcy
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