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Dr. Clyde Davis, dentist. Richards block.
If you want a shave, go to Westcriield's.
Full line of tablets and history covers at
the Cooperative Book Co.
M. X. Liebman has been promoted to the
rank of sergeant-major.
Scott & Shannon, tonsorial artists. S. E
corner 12th & O sts Give us a call
The football team met Tuesday and elected
Bill" Melford captain for next year.
The Co-op is selling stationary at a very
Prof. Peterson will start a class in Hen rick
Ibsen after the holidays.
For holiday goods remember D. T. Smith,
watchmaker and Jeweler. 1140 O st.
The University will get out an alumni cal
endar this year.
We do not break collars: they are turned
by hand. The Best Laundry, 2249 O street.
Miss Ashford. Mr. Smoyer.and Mr. Roberts
have joined the Palladians.
R. & C. stands for Richerson & Cole, the
popular barbers at 1144 O Street.
Messrs Rose and Bedell have joined the
The Junior 'Prom" is to Imj given this
year as usual.
Many of the.studenls and members of the
faculty attended Dr. IL K. Wolfe's lecture at
the Universalis church last Sunday.
Yule Bros. Hand Laundry. All work done
by hand. Xo extra cliarge for repairing.
1417 O street. Phone 754.
The class in European history 1ms finished
their TKucydides reading and has begun work
on the final paper for this semester.
The name of Mr. Osborne was proposed for
membership in the Dclian society Friday
Miss Jessie Chappell is again" confined to
her bed She is threatened with an attack of
If you want a hair cut go to Westerfield's.
If you want anything in the line of Tonsorial
work, Westerfield's is the place to find it.
117 North 18 St.
Miss Anna and Ethel Masters are again in
school. I having been absent for a week
on account of being sick.
Students if vou want your shoes made to
order. Oi if you want j'onr shoes repaired, go
to J. H. Pettit. 1438 O st. All work is guar
anteed. The Delian 'table leg'" has disappeared.
If you have any curiosity its to its where
abouts ask O. T. Reedy. A very handsome
little gavel is to be used in its stead.
It is a hard matter for a young man to de
cide on what to give his lady friends. Allow
us to suggest one of our elegaut Princes o
Wales Umbrellas. Bumstead & Tuttle.
Miss Ruth Hullhorst, Miss Rose Clarke, and
Phillip Hudson favored the Delians Friday
evening with some very pleasing musical se
lections. Lincoln's 'Hustlers'' are the people to buy
of. if you don't know 'em. try their Three
'Beauts." They are cheap and hot as !
Pennsylvania also. Phone 440. 120t O.
Every Friday afternoon from five to six
o'clock there will be guard mount in the
armory. The entire regiment will participate
in the exercises.
Gardner the tailor has put in a new stock
of mens furnishings Goods. See him for
Christmas presents, also join his Pressing
Club, So. West Cor. 1 1th & O.
Prof. F. M. Fling will preside over the
Association of Nebraska Teachers of Historv
in the auditorium of the new high school
building during the teachers meeting.
Wanted Trustworthy and active gentlemen or
Indie to travel for responsible, et-tabffched houfte.
Monthly W0J and cxHsnmn(. Position Meady. Kef-
errnco. Kneloae wlf-addrwwd fttampod envelope.
Th Dominion Company, I)pt. v., Chicago.
Prof. Fosslerwill deli vera, lecture at Platts
mouth next Tuesday evening on "Bonnie
Brier Bush." This is the second of the series
of University talent lectures given there under
the auspices of the Epworth League,
Friday evening the Delians elected the fol
lowing officers for the winter term: Mr. Sack
ed, president; Miss Packard, vice president
and historian; Miss Elmore, secretary; 3Ir.
Edgerton, assistant secretary; Miss Bartx,
musical secretary; Mr. Jones, slate bearer
and O, T. Reedy, sergeant-at-arms.
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