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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1910)
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THE DAILY NKBRASKAN
Tonight. 8at & 6at Mat.
Night, 25c to $1.00 Mat. 60c to t5c
Ik - . J Mon. & TUes. Oct 31rNov. 1.
fcV i iliJi It f
F aeven isays
Frl., Nov. 4 4The Time, The Place
- arid The Girl."
MRS ADVANCED VAUDVILLE
ON THE CAMPUS
Week 8tartlng Monday, Oct. 24th
The Rossow Midgets
Mats 15c and 25o
Evenings 15c, 25c, 35c and 50o
Simmons the Printer
Auto. 23 1 9 3 1 7 So. 1 2th
Don Cameron's Cafe, 11!) So. 12th.
Delta Gamma sorority entertains to
morrow night at the Temple.
or your pa'rtles Hagenslck Orches-
traXAuto 2990. ' 22-5t
Thp1 Alpha Tan Omega fraternity ou
tortalnB ata house party tomorrow
Capiri ' Br6BFi6rhiat 127 South
Tho Alicia Chi Omega sorority will
entertain at a house partv tomorrow
evening at tholr chapter h
WantedMan or 'woman to play
piano for men's gym class Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 9 a. m., for
15 minutes. 25c per class. Apply to
Mr. Field, armory. 23-31
For Ront Two furnished rooniB;
ground floor; gentlemen prof erred; $8
and S5 a month. F2474. 1719 N it.
the First Trust and
A PER CENT INTEREST
" $.1 opens an account '
100 Southllth Stroot.
if it's PRINTING Y0U WANT
Green's Sanitary Barber Sho
The Alpha Omlcron pi Bororlty will
entertain tomorrow night at tho chap
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa;
13th and P streets.
Mrs. Catherine Doyle Emund. '09,
Delta Gamma, Is visiting In the city
Havo your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultorlum, Eleventh and O. tf
Mlsa Georgia Slmpklns.of Fairbury
has been visiting her sister, Gladys,
at. the Alpha Phi house.
$C rents any mako of typewriter
"with stand for throe months. Rent
applied if machlno Is purchased. Lin
coln Typewriter ExcBango, 122 -No.
11th. Richards block. You pass our
store every day. tf
Bt Now groy overcoat. Was loft
on Denver mayors' bencn at tne game
Saturday. Liberal roward for return
to Nobfaakan ofllco. 22-3t
See Us Boforo Ordoring ElBOwhoro
Programs, Menus, Announce
ments, Stationery, Booklets
VANTINE PRINTING CO.
128-180 No 14th St.
SPECIAL GLASSES FOR UNI MEN
AN OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE UTILI
Found Waterman's Ideal fountain
pen. Owner mayobtaln same by pay
ing for this ad. s -23-3t
Read in ihe Stars the Way
to Clothes Satisfaction
Its enfo nnd sure.
You can't go wrong on
You'll find in them porfect
They'll give you porfect
fit tho result of perfect tail
oring. They aro made of distinction
fabrics in the latest style.
Our reputation is on Kens
$20.00 to $40.00.
are now in season. Do you know-,
any place whore you can get as , ,
as you can at our now storo? No
noed of being crowded. '
Kitchen s!w. Corner
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. 5. Shean .
1123 0 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Yovr Fatroac Solicited
Learn Wlroloss and R. R. Telegra
phy Shortage of fully 10,000 operat
ors on account of 7-hour law and ex
tenslvo "wireless' developments. Wo
oporato under direct supervision o(
George Bros., 218 South Thirteenth- telegraph officials and positively place
street, Printors. Calling Cards, In- all students, wtten qualified. Wrlto
vites and Programs. for catalogue. Nat'l Telegraph Inst,
fllnnlnnnM. Phnndnlnhln. Afnmnhlp
The entirely redecorated hall in tho Davenport, la., Columbia, 8. C, Port-
new Wilkinson block, Sixteenth and
O, Is now rented only for college and
other select dancing parties. For
datos boo Rees Wilkinson, 122 North
Eleventh. Auto 1217.' tf
MAGEE & DEEMER
1109 O Street
CENTRAL NKTIOML BANK
12th and, O Streets
fJ. Ii. HAL.L., Proldent
P. B. JOHNBON. Vice-president
niDMAN C FOX. Cnahlor
W. W. HACKNEY, JR., "ABt. Cftah.
Carrie Ehlers, '08, traveled In Eu.
rope the. past summer and is now
teaching at Whittler, Cal.
Afternoon and Evening Classes . In
Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Typowrlt---
Ing, Penmanship At Nebras
ka School of Business.
THE QUESTION OF SATISFACTION
When you buy a watch or a piece of jowolry, tho quostion
. .. .of satisfaction dopondsmalnly upon two things tho selec
tion of your ihorchandiso is youra, and npon that you ncod
to bestow earful attontion. Tho othor doponds uporrtho
skill, intelegence, qlHciepcy and intontions of yonr.doaler.
Established 1871 HALLETT, Uni Jeweler IH3 o street
EXPERIENCE Of UNIVERSITY MEN
The Nebraska School of Business,
located "in the Hall Bros, building,
1510 O streot, is organizing special
afternoon and evening classes at con
venient hours for university students
who wish ,to study either shorthand,
typewriting, bookkeeping or penman
ship. The evening classes meet three
evenings each weekMonday, Wed
nesday and Friday. University stu
dents may arrange for any number of
hours' per week that they may wish
to take, and the rates for tuition will
bo very reasonable. The instruction
is given by teachers of long experi
ence and recognized ability. .
Mr. Glenn O. Taylor, B. A., LL. B.,
.speaking from his own .experience,
says: "I" have no hesitation in Bay
ing that I believe the freshman in col-
fv jego muitUB u mm-
take If ho does
BL avail- himself
Buortuuuu , a n u
student who has
a 'knowledge of.
shorthand, has not
only a very rapid
means of 'taking
notes from class
work '.to he used
later as references in preparation for
reviews and examinations, but also
has a knowledge whioh, may be readi
ly turne'd into, money during his spare
hours and vacations, Moreover, such
student, when his college course Is
finished, is assured Immediate employ
ment in. te c,ojnnierciaJ world.' . ,
Mr. Frank. Oate's, a student of the
;Nf. $. Bv who lield a pbsIUn with tie
'b. M. Jn this city last year, 1s now
spaying his way through Northwtotern,,
flvanston, with hla shorthand and
i' Any uiiverslty students interested
in thase sneclal classes are- Invited to
?lf CC -fcali arthe scloool an obtain farther
Tickets for the senior breakfast
may be purchased of W. H. Plasters,
Grace Richards,- Mabelle Davis, W. S.
Wolvlngton, Herbort Ford and Harold
C. W. Mongol, 1010, Is In the em
ploy of tho department of agriculture
at Washington, D. C. He is ongaged
in the 'capacity as "assistant drainage
$2.S0 Shoe Store
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andv the Original Elect
ric Shoe Repair Factory
Dinner JJ:30to Ji30 )CA '
Supper 5t30 to 7i30 LMU
ALSO CAFETERIAN STYLE
Hl Willi with Miplt Syrup 10
IT'S f "MXOINBY AVER"
HUTCHINS Sc HYATT CO, .
,1040 O SX. BOTH PHONES
1322 n street' both phones e ciean anytlnng from the
J. C. WOOD & CO. ?aintiest Chiffon to the heav
iest Suit or Overcoat,
OLDEST LARGEST BEST
Cleaners and Dyers now is the time
A meeting of the Junior and senior
Olympic committees will bo held Fri
day at 5 p. m. In U106.
, -. Notice.
A, meeting of the Cosmopolitan club
will bo held In U109 at 7:30 p. m.
Hlltne'r BrosPloriBts, 118 So. 12thC
St phones Auto 1894, Bell 330, Choice
roses, carnations and chrysanthemums.
We solicit the university trade. tf
Girls Wo haye tho exclusive sale
of the Perkins SwediBh gymnasium
shoe. Rogers & Perkins Co., 1129 O
St. . f 24-tt
Annls S. Chakln, '08, wlo received
ler M. A. last June.'ls ongaged In set
tlement vor(k connected with the Hart
lorn Federation,, NewYork City.
lQS O STREET
PH!i i!mHlu i
Football Rajly, Tuesday, November
1, at 11 a. m.f In. Memorial hall.
A freshman class rally will be held,
In Memorial hall Friday from 12:30
to 1 p. m. Everybody out.
. All freshmen aro requested to meet
at Memorial hall Saturday morning
:botween 8:15 and 8:30 to march to the
athletic field en masse.
w. p. g'ilmorb, r
All freshmen are requested to meet
in Memorial, hall today at 12 o'clock
to organize teams for "bell rush." I
H'reBiimon; i uiis, means you, you ex
pect" to win the big scrap.. Be there,
Wi Want Your Coal Ordors. Glvt Us a Trill Ordor.
1106 0 STREET AUTO 3228 IELL 234
TVDFWDITF1W ALL MAKES Rent applied tn purchwe
am. a tt m 50LD w REHxcrj . price. Two year tyritten
' aarantee with every roir v
., Smith & Bros, visible.
Call or write for catalogue and n, cuAiicnij rn iil'-
flnfio.ial nrio.fi list. r 3WANOW LU, MIC. -
Auto phone 2080. Bell phone 1299. i So. 13th St., Lltcoln, Mcfcr.
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HODIlHi Ladle, Morning Kzeevt Bundays. '
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