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THE DAILY NEBRASKA!!.
For Xmas Presents.
by the Daily Ne
jVraskan enough new
subscribers to bring
the list up to....
Elegance and style predominate in our Cloak Dept., with the prices so low that we -W
fear not competition. A nice Fur Scarf makes a useful Xmas gift. '
RINGS FOR XflAS GIFTS.
The list is now 750.
To induce 250 more
students and alumni
to subscribe we will
make a rate of
for the rest of the
school year, just half
E. & J. B.'s Solid Gold Shell Rings.
Each and every ring bears the stamp of the maker, and is guaranteed for five j-ears.
The riugs are made in a great variety of styles and settings for ladies', misses and chil
dren. There are plain wedding bands, also chased, and mountings of Tiffany, Belcher,
Gypsy, hoop and cluster designs. They are made of a solid gold shell, and guaranteed by the
maker for five years' wear. The stones used are fine imitation diamonds, sapphires, rubies,
pearls, opals, moonstones, turquoises, garnets, and all the birth-stones for the different
months. There are three prices only, 25c, 50c and $l.OO, worth 50c, $1.00 and $2.00. each,
Sample line of Solid Gold Rings, with genuine opals, pearls, turquoise, garnets, etc, also
plain band Rings, worth from $5.00 to $10.00 each, for $2.98, $3.50, $5,Ou and $7.50.
I You will pay just double these prices at jewelry stores.
rice. This offer is
or new names ordy
and is made to in
crease the list to 1000.
It will be withdrawn
as soon as that num
Writo'your narao and address below
tear out the slip and leave with the 7.r
cents, at the DaHv ofllce, at ono of the
book store or eend by mail.
More New Cerise Lamps
We received yesterday, by fast freight, ten barrels of our celebrated Kopp
Cerise Red Lamps the Lamp that is the talk of the town. Siegel-Cooper,
of Chicago, sells this same Lamp for $4.75. We have 50 to sell before Dec.
24th. Central draft, Success burner, 100-candle power light, and the pretti
est red in the world, all others are imitations:
The Daily Nebraskan
Dkaii Siub: Herewith find 7.r
cents. Please send the Daily as
per your special offer.
Gold Filled Watches
$10.00 Until Xmat. Lale popular music, 15c pr. cop
DELOSS T. SMITH, 1140 0 STREET.
Justice court practlco was orean
lzed in the Law Sobool, Thursday
Mr. llorbort completed his work in
law Thursday and left for Ulsmark
South Dakota wliero ho .will join a
The Fast Trains are via the
IM i5s&.h rig i M In
Howard Saxton, oaw '01. is in Lin
coln looking up a location to pactloo
his profession. Mr. Saxton was a can
didate for county Judge of Cass Coun
ty this fall.
When In doubt buy Tumble Weeds.
Jack Best has some
Spaniels on exhibition
in the bath
The four o'clock athletic class, has
increased in membership from twelvo
to twenty-five, sinco the closo of tho
G. D. Johnsou of tho Junior laws,
was in Omaha a fow days last week.
Mr. Johnson will not resumo his
course until next semester.
"THE OVERLAND LIMITHD."
Ar.Solt Lake City
Ar. Bun Francisco
Ar. Los AnRolos
7:00 a. m.
1 :4o p. m,
:i;10 p. m.
&: p. m.
4r:io p. m.
0:16 p. m.
4:45 a. m.
At. Salt Lako Olty
Ar. San Francisco
7:30 a. m.
7:10 a. to
12:30 a. m. .
8:45 a. m.
8:25 a. in.
7:00 a. m.
THE PACIFIC EXPRESS.
Ar, Halt Lake City
Ar. Ban Francisco
Ar. Bookano .
Ar. Los ADgoios
1 H5 p. m.
12:30 p- m.
7:30 a. in.
0:25 a. m.
5:20 p. m.
4:25 p. m.
9:10 a. m.
0:50 a. m.
8:45 a. m.
For full Information call on or addross
E. u.,SL.t:UN, Agem.
A practical joko was playod ou Mr.
Morrow of tho Junior laws a few
ovonings ago, whllo he was acting as
sub-librarian. One of tho law boys put
a oat in a drawer of tho librarian's
desk, whllo ho was out for a moment.
Shortly after he camo back, "Scrub
by" Hohl wont to tho desk and re
quested a book which ho know to be
in tho same drawer with tho cat.
When Mr. Morrow oponod tho desk
tho oat popDoci out, and so also.) did
Mr. Morrow's eyos. It is said that
ono ootid havo knocked thorn oft
with a stick.
O. H. Rose Las been called away
for a few davs on ecological investi
gation for private parties in Not th
Chancellor Androws has been re
quested by tho Nebraska Teacher to
furnish a paragraph by way of greet
ing tho Stato Association.
Tho following officers were eleoted
at themeoting of tho Unlop Debat
ing Club Saturday night: President,
J. H. Ovorturf. Vice President, B.
G.. Lewis, Secretary, Mr. Cutcher,
Attorneys. Ilawtborno and Baldwin.
Finest of Toilets
W. J. WHITFORD, Pbopiuetor
113 South 11th St., Lincoln, Nob.
ANOTOEU TOURIST EXODRS-
ION TO CALIFORNIA.
To accomodate tho increasing travel
to California, the Burlington Route
has added to its service an ther
weekly exoursion, in tourist cars
Tho BurliDgton's through car sor
vlco to California is as follows:
Omaha, uincoln, Hastings and Ox
ford to San Francisco, connecting at
lattor city wlth fast train for Los
conducted every Thursdav and Sat
urday, Omaha, Lincoln, Fairmont,
flastlngs and Holdrego to San Fran
cisco every Wednesday and Thursday,
Kansas City, St. Joseph, Wvmore,
Superior and Oxford to San Francis
co and Los Angeles.
All these cars run via Donver and
Salt Lake City, passing tho grand
BEST OF RATBB TO STUDENTS.
Portrait aid Laisdcape Pkotographer
iao 5ouh nth Street,
LINCOLN, - - NEBRASKA.
OALLBRY ESTABLISHED 1871.
IN ARTISTIC POSTER FREE.
Send us your name on a postal card and
we will mail to ynu free a new brilliantly
colored Washburn poster (size 12x18
inches. This poster is the creation of.
the Viking's Head Studio, and has been
pronounced exceedingly bright and
clever. It represents a pastoral scene, a
rabbit enamored of the music of a
mandolin.. Write today, this offer may
not appear again.
LYON & HEALY, 17 Adams St., Chicago.
Makers ol the World-Famous Washburn
Guitars, Mandolins, Banjos and Zithers.
TKnToratnirorilliO Kocklos by daylight.
If you're going to California. jfou.
will bo interested in our new 40-pago
folder, "California Tours 1001 -'02."
It is free.
General Passenger Agent,
Get a box of Maxwell's chocolate
to take home with you for the
Holidays They're tho best you
can get at any price.
I W. MAXWELL CO.
uifi O Street and 200 South 11th Street
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