The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 05, 1912, Image 4

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    T HE DAI L Y N 10 RRAflKAN
CAMPUS NOTES CONTINUED
CLASSIFIED COLUMN
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Qlft for Engineers.
A ropy of tin' Hendricks Commercial
Heglnter of (ho United States, nnd a
handsome filing cabinet from the Cata
log Equipment nnd Supply Company
of Ronton ban been received by the
engineering collego and 1h placed In
Professor Hoffman's ofllce for the use,
of the HtndentH
Ladles' clothing cleaned, remodeled
niul repnirod by an experienced dress
maker Satisfactory work at roaflon
nhlo prlceH Mrs Ilrlcka, 315 South
17th Auto IM844 Adv 10 2 It
WANTKD- A room mate by a fresh
man engineer 534 No 12th fit
Phone Auto I, ASM Ii4 2t
ROOM and board at "Ladies' Home,"
1029 It st
10 30 fit I
FOR RFNT -All modem furnished
room for two gentlemen 235 No
lfith Ht 10 30 3t
McDonald a Visitor.
Dale I' McDonald, foimer student
at the Unheisit) and now second lieu
tenant in the United States Aimy. was
a isitoi in Lincoln this morning Mt
McDonald giaduated from the Uni
vernlty in l'Ul and immediately ai
cepted .i position in the go eminent
service In Washington Hi- had re
icived military training while in school
and about a ear ago was tendeied a
commission In the ninn Recently he
has been stationed at Foit Leaen
woith. but is now on bis way to Salt
Lake on transfer Lieutenant MH'nn
aid's home is at , oik. Neb
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See our University Seals
We have a new line of N Fobs Bar Pins,
Belt Buckles, Steins and Brass Novelties.
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
340 North Eleventh Street Lincoln, Nebr.
REMEMBER
JAMES E. DELZELL
For State Superintendent
of Schools
when you vote today.
Y. M. C. A.
fc Antiseptic Barber Shop -fc
fr Any Style Halrcuttlng 25 cents, -fc
- Best Service Try Us
Clarence E. Harman
( f Holdrtgc, Neb
Candidate for
Railway Commission2r
Democratic Nominee
You need linn, lie needs vou
Vote for 1 1 1 lit
A life lonjj N'ebraskan.
Asks Your Support
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LIM.UIH TllK
WE WILL
DIE STAMPING
FOR YOU
GIVE US A CHANCE
GRANT G. MARTIN
ATTORNEY GENERAL
Candidate for Second Term
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
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WESTERFIELD'S CAFE
213-215 North 9th St.
MEAL TICKETS $2.00 AND UP
Renominated without opposition by Republican party at April
primary. indorsed Sept .", b Progressive part Klection. Tues
day, Nov. .", 1012.
I rant i Martin, llic law officer d' the state, was born in Iowa
IS vears aj;o, graduated from Simpson College, Indianola, Iowa, i ri
1SH,"), and three vears later received the decree of Master of Phi
losophy He was admitted to the bar in 1HH!), and since has been
128 N. Mih Sec our Samples j continuous! v enaied in the practice of law For seenteeii vears
lie resided at Fremont, Dode count . ebr,iska, and seived two
terms as count v 'attorney of that countv Former Attorney (Jeiieral
Thompson solicited Mr Martin to become his assistant. He served
two tears as assistant attorney general, and two vears as deputy
attorney general. Mr Martin was elected attmnev general in l'Ml,
ind is now a candidate for reelection, having been reiiommatd
without opposition by the Republican party at the April primary
and indorsed September ."dh by the progressive party. His son,
Wade Martin, was graduated from the State University in 1911
LITTLE GEM HOT WAFFLES AND MAPLE SYRUP A SPECIALTY
WE CATER TO VARSITY STUDENTS
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Lincoln Hotel Tickets $1.25
Hagensick's Orchestra Friday, Nov. 8, 1912
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STUDY MUSIC
in an established school where the HtandardH of instruction aie given
the same careful thought us in the best departments of the University.
The University School of Music
offeis splendid instruction in Pipe Organ, Pianoforte, Voice, Violin, Clar
inet, Flute, Saxaphone, Cornet, all Theoretical branches und Public
Music.
DEPARTMENT OF DRAMATIC ART
Apply for full information at School building
11th and R Streets Opposite the University