The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 14, 1911, Image 4

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    THE DAILY NEB'B'ASEAN
Directory of
Advertisers
Theffdllovylng merchants arid ,busl
neaa hiqn of Llricol,rr are' anxfbua to
orvo the University studqri'ts,,. By
placing Cthelr advertlsem;eptsv In the
columns) of the Dally ,Nobraskan $hey
how that they want yourtrade. And
you may .bo sure that the merchant
who Is wlIJng, to make a lltte effort
to get your patronage Is the one who
Is going to treat you honestly and
considerately In attempting to keop
It. 80 you as well as the Nebras
ka n will profit by trading with these
people;
BANKS
Firm Trust & Savings
BAKERIES
Folsom
BARBER SHOP8
Green's
Capital Hotol
CLEANERS
J. C. Wood & Co.
Wobor's Sultorlum
Windsor Sultorlum
CLOTHJNG
Farquhar - . , .
Magoo & Doomor
Mayer Bros.
Palaco Clothing Co.
Spolor & Simon
ArmBtrong Clothing Co.
COAL
Whltobreast
HutchlnB & Hyatl
CONFECTIONERY
Lincoln Candy Kltchon
DRY GOODS
Mlllor & Palno
DRUGGISTS
Rlgga
FURNISHINGS
'Budd
Fulk
Magco & Doomor
Mayor BroB.
Palaco Clothing Co.
Rudgo & Guonzol
Spolor & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
HATTERS
Budd
Fulk
Armstrong Clothing Cv.
Mngeo & Deeraor
Mayor Bros.
Palaco Clothing Co.
Spejor & Simon
JEWELERS
Hallett
Tucker
LAUNDRIES
EvanB
PHOTOGRAPHERS
De Gaston & Houck
PRINTERS I
7 "Simmons ,. j
Van TIno -
RESTAURANTS .
Cameron's
Y. M. C. A. Spa
Miller & Paine
Horpolsholmor'a
TYPEWRITERS'
B. F. Swanson Co.
SHOES
Budd
'Men's Bootery
Mayer Bros.
Miller St Palno
Yates French '
Wharton's '. " ',.
SKIRTS . ' .
Skirt Store '
"THEATRES ' """r
Oliver
'Orpheum '" ' "" "
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SHIRT SAL. HI
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One large lot of Men's Coat Shirts
Attached Cuffs, Light or
Dark Colors. Take Your
Choice Clarion or Garland qualitys
59c
1009 to 1019 O Street
New Lindell Hotel
Thirteenth and M Streets
European Plan
Popular Priced Cafe
Special Attention Given to Parties
and Banquets
Music by sReid's Orchestra Every Evening
From 6 to 8 p. m.
J. C. Venable, Manage
FENCER8 MEET.
Plans and Arrangements Discussed
v- Friday-Afternoon.-
A meeting of tho University Fenc
ing association was held Friday after
noon at 6 o'clock In Dr. Clapp'-a office.
Tho matter of Interesting moro men
In tho work was taken up. A regular
practice hour was adopted, and. ar
rangements wore planned for tho tour
nament which will ho held in tho
Bprlng, whore tho champion fencer of
tho university will bo picked to repre
sent the institution in tho western In
tercollegiate gymnastic meet which
will he held at Chicago in April.
8UNDAY MEETINQ8.
Phlldelah Rice Will Be First to Lee-
ture Since Holidays.
Tho Sunday afternoon yectlngs for
men at the Oliver are again to "becon7
tlnued. Theso meetings r were started
I In' thb''early 'part of 'last year and, con
tinued up until tho beginning of tho
Christmas holidays. An ability, how
ever, to secure able speakers caused
atcmporary suspension of tho original
program. -
Phlldelah Rico, an orator of much
repute and an ablo religious work di
rector, will deliver an address Sunday
to tho men of tho city. Tho highest of
recommendations havo preceded Mr.
Rico on his .tour, and it is urged by
tho secretary of tho university Y. M.
C. A. that every Nebraska man make a
special effort to hear him, Tho meet
ing will bo called, at 3:30.
"MICE AND MEN" TONIGHT.
Seats for the Dramatic Club Play Go
Like Hot Cakes But They Are
Still on 8ale.
A great rush characterized the first
day of tho seat -sale of Dramatic club
Tlajrtlckots; Yesterdaywhen-the-box-ofllco
was opened In tho Tomplo build
ing, a 'long lino of students and teach
ers awaited tho chanco to get tho first
shot at tho best seats. Moro excite
ment than has ever attended a Dra
matic club seat sale was shown ye"stor-
Uayr There is n great domandfortlck-
ots. When tho box ofilco was closed
last night thoro were still several good '
main floor seats to bo had.
A dross rehearsal was held, last
night, everything going off nicely
There woro no hitches of tho naturo
that usually attend amateur perform
ances. Tho members of tho cast havo
been working hard, and the play should '
bo a top?notcher.
Richard C. Hunter, '09, will graduate
in Juno from the Columbia law col
logo, N. Y. Ho expects to practice in
Omaha.
Bryant R. Simpson, '10, is a practlc-
lng physician at Adams.
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William Fr-Chaloutpkat-I10,ifl-:Lfln;
gaged, in irrigation engineering at
Brogan, Oregon.
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