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"THE DAILY NEBRASKA
The Daily ftebraskan
, A ntwspAptr erotc io'lhe tntereaU
t the Ublvtt-tlty of Ndbraaka.
frvblislied at the
University of NebrailOL
6 consolidation of
THIJ HH8PBMAN, Vol. XXXI.
THH NBBRABKAN, Vol. XII. w
THE gOiALBT CREAM, Vol IV.
Bntered at the pettofflce at Lincoln,
Nek, aa tectnd class mall matter .
After a number of overcoats and othj
cr wearing apparol had been stolen It
was thought best to start tho jhecK;'
room afcata . Jfbst o'ttho .pCudflnte at
the university h,axe a place for all
their money and can h afford to lose
overcoats. Some people scorn to he
following a code of morals which per
mits the stealing of overcoats and
atoorlftlir Frlee. 2.e n rear.
Managing Editor. Robert T. Hill.
' Nows Editor John F.' Tobin.
Advertising Manager P. P. Duffy.
PoBtofllco Address, Station A, Box 18.
Mr. John R. Bonder, whoso election
as captain of tho football team was an
nounced by tho Athletic board hist
night, received his first training In the
gridiron game while attending the Sut
ton high school. Ho has been on tho
varsity three years and has taken part-
In almost every game played by the
university during tho past year. His
work during the past season needs no
MAT UK llt
Several interesting questions have
been propounded to tho mombers and
students of the American history de
partment during the past week or two.
"Did the Abolitions aid or hinder tho
progress of Bmanlcpatlon?" met with
very contradictory replies, though a
majority took an affirmative view of
tho question. "Can President and Vlco
President Come from tho Same State?"
revealed the mistaken notion of many
of the studonts, and many of the prom
inent historians as well, that they
could not. "Can a person be a member
of the houso and senate at the same
time?" found no nogatlve answer in
tho Constitution, nor was there any
thing found to prohibit the house from
choosing a speaker or the senate a
president pro tem from outside its
MAKR YOU1I I'LaNH
OECISMBEB Ji I, lOOIB
JANUARY 1 aki. lOOU
Thero will be no 10:30 classes on Fri
day on account of tho rendition of "Tho
Messiah," by the University chorus,
which will occupy most of the hour.
There will be a full recital of "The
Messiah" this evening at 7 o'clock.
Thero will be more than 100 people
in it. Instead of more than fifty, as
The second pupils' recital will take
place tonight, December 1G, in the
new chapel. There will be about twelve
numbers. As no admission fee is
charged, a large attendance Is expected.
Conv t lonAnnouncements.
The following is the convocation pro
gram for tho reBt of tho week:
Today Prof. Fling.
WcdnesdayDr. White, "A Lay
man's Observation on tho Social Condi
tions in Europe."
, , Thursday Prof. Caldwell, "Venezu
Friday Messiah. (Thero will bo no
10:30 classes Friday.
Vacation for Holidays
. The Christmas holidays begin at 6
o'clock Friday nd last until Monday,
January 5. " '
Kappa Alpha Theta held an initia
tion at the homo of Miss Robblns Sat
urday evening. Miss Zola Dellecker
of Omaha was tho initiate. After the
ceremony a banquet was held" at tho
It is hoped that every fraternity man
will stay by tho Pan-Hellenic congress
In their attempt to readjust the ex
orbitant hack rates. Every man should
follow the directions of the congress
for next Friday evenlngr-
In Our Notion Section A, B, and C.
A ' '
MIRRORS : . .
HAND MIRRORS Bevelled glassj assorted wdbct backsoval' '
or square shapes, 25c to 3.
Very choice burnt wood backs, $1.50.
Sterling mounted, 25c to 3. ., .- .,;'',''
Fancy metal, round shape, beautifully decorated, $1 to $4.
TRIPLICATE MIRRORS English or.greqn oak square hape,
$1.50 to $y.
Very fine triplicate mirrors, fancy gold-plated frames, decorated
burnt wood or leatherette backs, 6 to $13.50.
, MATCH BOXES 75c to $4.
BRACELETS Nethersole bands, :29c to $2; chain bracelets, 75?v -to
HAT PINS 25c, 75c, and $1.00.
SOUVENIR SPOONS Plain tin color, 95c; fancy handled 'Lin
coln spoons, $1.50, $2, and $2.25; Lincoln public buildings,
POCKET COMBS 25c to $1,
STAMP BOXES 50c, 65c and 75c.
BSAG .TAGS 40c, 50c, 65c, 75c, 85c, and $x.
COAT MARKERS 50c and 90c.
THIMBLES 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00.
These lists of beautiful and desjrable articles will serve as. a jog
to your memory in thinking over your Christmas gifts and the
prices may assist in determining your choice.
When You Want Information on Books
GO TO A BOOK STORE
GIFT BOOKS ....
Gibson's Social Ladder ; ; . $5.00
Wensel's Passing Show .:....,.. . 4"5
Gibb's American Sea Fights ; . io.oo
Christy's American Girl Calendar 2.50
Tobacco in Song and Story r.c5
Bath Robes and Bachelors ' :. f ...".;....'. i .. 35
Riley's Aa Old Sweetheart of Mine, illustrated by Howard
Chandler Christy m 1.60
Riley's Child Rhymes ., 1.00
Riley's Farm Rhymes '. 1.00
Riley's Book, Joyous Children , i,ao
Shakespeare's Works, large print edition 1.00
Shakespeare's Works, 12 vols., half Morocco 12.60
Longfellow's Poems, free calf 3.85
Tho University club gave Its annual
vacation hop at Fraternity hall Fri
day evening. Owing to so many other
attractions on the same evening there
was not a very large number In at
tendance, but those present enjoyed the
excellent music and dancing to a late
At a meeting of the Sophomore class
of Iowa University resolutions of re
gret 'were passed for the)r actions in
breaking up the Freshman dance two
weeks ago, and they expressed their
willingness to settle damages done by
the class. Proprietor Buckley, of the
hotel In which the dance was being
held, estimates the damage done to his
property at- $1,65.
Vacation at the Conservatory beginB
December 24 and ends January 2. '
BOOKS IN SETS
Dickens' Works, 15 vols, buckram, fuljy,illustrated
Thackerav's Works, -io vols, buckram illustrated.
Scott's Works, 25 vols., silk cloth stamped with cresfj?nk',&
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Scott's Works, 12 vols., cloth
Hugo's Works, 10 vols., buckram, illustrated S
Dumas' Works, 1 ; vols., buckram, illustrated . aS
Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, buckram; 'WVjfl
illustrated , . 5:
Dicken's Work's, Temple Edition, 40 vols. , full flexible leather v?
i6mo, colored fronticepiece : 24ibdr:
Kji.i-,&ruia- vvr it . h'i
"TT. of N. " Pennant Calendars J'Mjl
" 'tf't r7 j 1
Engagement Calendars ". ,.' .'iVoi
foster uaienaars ,". .. . ,
American Girl Calendars
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