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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1909)
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Tllfe DAIjJY . NEBRASKA
: Half Million
Glasses of Soda Water
'old and drank from'onr 20th Century
8anltary Soda Fountain soason 1006.
Agency Huyloni, Gunthers and Lown
ya Chocolates and Bonbons.
Th Dni Cuttw. ww0
8UIT OR O'COAT
made to order
any atyio you wish
WORLD'8 LARQE8T TAILOR8
133 8. 13th 8t. M. M. Crandall, Mgr.
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Every Loyal Unlyerelty Student
la urged to patronize these Ne
braekan advertisers, and te man
tlen the paper while doing eo.
Central National;" First
TruBt and Savings.
ChrlB'. Elovonth and P.
Co-Op ; Por tor's; Unlvor-
Colo & McKenna.
Farquhar; Magoo & Deom-
or; Mayor Bros.; Palace
Clothing Co.; Spolor &
Lincoln Candy Kitchen.
& PlttB. Lincoln.
- J. R. DavlB; Youugblut.
- DRY GOODS
Mk Horpolsheiraer; Miller &
. Palno. .
Chapin Bros.; C. H. Froy.
Budd; Fulk; Magee &
Deemer; Mayer Bros.; Pal-
aco Clothing Co.; Speler
Capital Grocery Co.
Budd; Fulk; Unland
Collins Ice Cream
if- Evans; Merchants
Georgo Bros,; Simmons.
Boston Lunch; Cameron's.
'' SHOES tf
Bockman Bros.; Brdnth-
! walto; Budd; Cincinnati
Shoo Storo; Sandersons;
K Honors & Perkins; Petty;
Tho Skirt Store.
- Elliott Bros.; Herzog; Lud-
wig; Marx; College Tall-
. ors; Scotch Woolen Mills.
. Lyric; MaJeBtic; Oliver;
Lincoln Typewriter Ex-
Ploronco M. Par.malco, '07, iB'asHlflt
nnt Hocrotary 61 tho- Harlom V. M. C.
A., 72 W. 124th St., Now York City.
Roy 0. Piorcc, '07, rccolved tho An
groo M. F. 8., University of Michigan,
in 1008, and ia in tho forest sorvico,
Ethol E, Ran'dall, '07, 1h again em
ployed ob teacher of history in tho
Docatur county high school, Obcrlin,
William F. Schwlnd, law,. '1)2, waB
tendered an nppolri'mont'aa oil inspec
tor by Govornor-oloct Shallonbergor,
but has docllncd tho honor.
B. C. Yates, '92, is assistant chief
ongincor of tho Homestako Mining
Company, Lead, South Dakota.
Robert L. Cheney, 'U5, is a cattle
man at Hardingrovo, S. D.
Harriet E. ToWne, '94, was presi-'
dont of tho Associatton'of Teachers of
Literature, auxiliary of tho Stato
.Teachers' association. This was ono
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WHEN YOU SHOOT
You want to HIT what you are aiming at
be it bird, beast or target. Mal.e your
Shoti count by ahbotine t'.ie blXVENS.
For i years ST::VKXS AHMS have
carried ort I'UCMIKR HONORS lor AC
CURACY. Our lmc:
Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols
A . mii r Ii cr I j. cnil 4 . In i .
r .ton tlie t: 1 I 1. f.riio- i ;e C.iimK
If )uu fanni't ulitain. tircuini.rtoMii t. A
e ili't illrrct, rr- u ui ilelixv. mref'T.
frtit r"''" f, ""n et 0 f T rrcrnt n'i 1
rcp! wi fnta ikt' o y r tlr r.
Beautiful three-color Aluminum II mser will
be forwarded for io cents in stumps.
J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co.,
CHICOPEE FALLS, 1IASS., U. S. A.
X AainiUDOUlUUlB iur UiO WUIlU HU
ccluuiu should ho left at the business
ofIlce basoment Administration Bldg,
uotweonM() a. m. and 12 m., or be
tween 2 p. mv and 6 p. m.
Cash must accompany all orders for
want ads, at the ra&Hpf 10 cents pei
Insertion for every fifteen words or
frnctlon thereof for tho flrt inser
tion; three insertions 25 cents;, five
Insertions 40 cents.
Due bill for sale on an up-to-date
tailor, at 25 per cent discount. See
Nebraakan manager. C3dh-tf
LoBt Black leather folding pocket
book, containing small change and val
uable papers, on the campus or in
Mechanic Arts hall. Return to No
braskan office for, reward. 3t-67-31
LOST Small, black purse. Lost be
tween 17th & M and 13th & L streets.
Finder please telophone Auto. 3979. ,
FOUND Ladles' small sliver watch.
Call at Nebraakan office and pay for
- i ' -
Found A grey cravenette. Ownei
nay havo samo by calling at L. 3Q1
and paying for ad. . 66-tf-30
f tho largest auxiliaries, and had v
cry successful meeting. t ,
C. J. Elmore, '95, '96, is teaching scl
jnco in Grand Island college.
W. W. Woods, '95, '04, Is engage
n editorial work with the Dall)
,orld, Wonatchee, Wash.
B. G. Almy, '96, is now looking aftei
ais ranch interests near towing, Neb
Ned C. Abbott, '96, '00, haB beeL
offered the superlntendency of tht
Nebraska Institute for the Blind ai
John L. Stephens, '96, Is treasurer
of tho St. Paul Tropical Investment
Co., St. Paul, Minn.
Sara Vbro Taylor, '9G, represents
South Omaha In the company of five
hundred American teachers who will
visit English schools for a few months
Charles Alfred Turrcll, 'DC, has Is
sued a Spanish reader for beginners In
high schools and colleges. Tho book
Is 16 mo. with 256 pages, and is pro
vided with a vocabulary. It Is pub
lished by the American Book Com
pany. Raymond S. Baker, '97, '98, '00, 'is
superintendent of city Bchools In Eu
reka City, Utah.
Ella Matthews, '97, is a missionary
teacher in Anglo-Chinese school, Old
ham Hall, Singapore, Straits Settle
ment, having gono abroad recently.
Charles W. Irwin, A. M. '98, "has
sent a calendar of., the Avondalc
School, Cooranbong, N. S. Wales, Aus
tralia, of which ho has been principal
for soven years. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin
plnn returning to America next sum
mer. Arthur L. Keith, '98, '08, is studying
in tho University of Chicago."
Georgo E. KIndler, '98, superintend
ent of city schools, Seward, was presi
dent of tho Child Study Association,
I which met in connection with the
State Teachers' Association.
R. B. Payne, '98, has left school
work to tnke the management of a
Oliver T. Reedy, '98, has lately been
put in charge of the irrigation dam al
Orman, S. D. He spent several days
on tho university campus recently
while off on a leave of absence.
John U Wallace. '98, is practicing
law at Missoula, Mont.
Mi-b. Sarah Hall Warfleld, '98, is
living at Mitchell, S. D.
Frederick O. Berge, law '99, Ib study
ing In Brown university. His address
is 14 Taber Ave., Providence, R. I.
George G . Hedgcock, '99, '01, is
pathologist, forest pathology, in the
U. S. department of agriculture, Wash
ington, D. C.
Win. J. Lowrle. '99. is located at
Brayton H. Ransom, '99, '00, '08, is
chief of the zoological division, bureau
of animal Industry. Washington, D. C.
James 11. Worley, '89, who has been
engaged ia missionary work in China
for more than twenty years, Ih now
stationed at Kucheng.
E. O. Lewis, '84, is manager of the
Peerless Stock Powder Co., at Falls
Frederick W. . oos, '8G, received the
degree of Al. D. Irom the Academic
de Ciencias Medicus, Mexico. He is
medical ofilcor of the Mexican Light
and Power Co., at Necaxa, Mexico.
C. S. Polk, '87, is practicing law
at Boise, Idaho.
The addross of Mrs. LauVa Roberts
Mills, '87, is Morton, Kau. 4
Roy G. Codding, '88, who has been
In missionary work at Vaslnd, India,
Is now at Khardl, District Thana. A
letter is at hand dated October 12th.
Roscoe Pound, '88, '89, '97, was al
the meeting of the State Bar associa
tion and delivered an address.
Lucius S. Storrs, '90,'04, vice presi
dents of the N. E. Investment and
Security Co., is at Springfield, Mass.
C. E. Tlngley, '9091, who has been
at Boone, la., in ministerial work,
Is now located at Lincoln.
Tho address of Guy P. Thurber, '91,
Is' 672u Kelly St., Pittsburg, Penn.
E. P. Brown, '92, who represents
Lancaster county in the house, has
been elected senator for tho coming
terra. It is a great honor to have
ascaped from the land-slide that over
look so many of his associates In the
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P. B. JOHNSON, Vice-President
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are now in season. Do' you know
any place where you can get as ,
as you can at our new store? No
need of being crowded.
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S. S. Sltiean
1123 0 STREET. YELLOW FRONT
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Ladies' and Men's Olothea cleaned
Eressed and repaired. Hats cleaned,
locked and rotrimed.
227 No. Ilth
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