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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1904)
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The Lincoln Candy Kitchen
1337 O Street
Manufactures of Homt Madi Candy
iuttarsweet. lest in tht City
All Kinds of Toy Novelties,
TRY OUR CAND ES
Cross-country men meet in Dr.
Clapp's ofllce this morning nt 11
o'clock. Important. '
Senior From, committee meets thlK
morning nt 11 o'clock In U IOC. Im
portant R. H. WHITE.
The meeting of the Engineering so
cioty, which was to have been held this
evening, has been postponed to Wed
liPHday, December 14.
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The First National Bunk
of Ltacttn, N.
UNITED STATE DgP08lTOY.
UndiYidtd rlt . . 4090il
S. H. Buraham, Tcm.
A. J. 8awyir, Vlc-Fralde.t.
H. S. Freomas, Oualtr.
H. B. Byads, Aeit. Cashier.
Frank Parka, Aaat. Caabltf.
P. R. Basterday, Auditor,
Dr. J. J. Davis
Spectacles and Eyeghuses Fitted to Reliev
Headaches and Eye Strain.
232 O 3trct-Auto Phone 02 J , Rttldcnct 21 1 1
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SKSr. tht Coal Wan
HO. 1044 O STRHBT
VI U OF LINCOLN,
Dank i NEBRASKA
Little licm Hot
Wattle unci Kin
1 17-12 I North 13
Griff in-Greer Printing
Company ism o street
Wcddlug Invitation, Bill Prorranu,
ni all klrtb si Comnurclal Prfntfn.
J You ' ve been through Am you
know how seldom one finds a collar
and a cravat that will go well to
gether. The main reason (or this is
that the collar is either just too big
or just loo small
do not bind either cravat or neck.
The original and best ate
Cluett, 25 centa each
Arrow, I5c each, 2 for 25c
CLUKTT, PEABODY & CO.
Makers of Cluett and Monarch Shirts.
Those taking Geology I Initial
fiom A through K, will meet in the
geological laboratory Thursday. From
I. to Z write up complete notes on
reading In I.e Conte.
All Seniors must havo their pictures
taken at Townaend'B by noxt Saturday
in order to get them into the Senior
The last day for the approval by the
department of Rhetoric of subjects
of the first Junior themes (due Mon
day, Dec. 19) Is Wednosdny, December
7. DEPARTMENT OF RHETORIC.
There will be a meeting of the Intor
t lass athletic committee in the. Y. M.
C. A. room Thursday morning) at 11
o'clock. Every representative of every
class should be present as important
business is to be transacted.
It is verv much desired by the torn
nilttee In charge of the Co mh up kor '
l.. ,. . ... I.I-.1. ...Ill l. l,1.l n. .n I In I
imiiquii, it iv. ii itiii ut' m-iu ut tin; i.ni-
dell next Monday, that :hose Intending
to go, put chase their tickets at the
earliest possible moment, in order that
exact arrangements may be made.
Tickets will be on sale only a limited
Re. . Z. Batten of tne First Bap
tist church, addressed the young
women of the university Sunday af
ternoon. He chose for his subject
"Wbat Does It Mean to be a Chris
tian?" He said In order to -bo-a Chris
tian we must be in personal l elation
to Christ; there must be a conscious
ness of sin and a desire and hope to
be treed from sin; we must follow
Christ and commit ourselves to Him
without reserve; wv must beliec In
Christ, not merely believe things
about Him. Having thus entered upon
a Christian lite we will grow from
year to year. The new lifo must re
veal itself. We will seek others who
know Christ and Christian fellowship
will result. We will find it a Joy and a
privilege to confess Christ.
In its simplest terms, a Christian
Is one who Is Interested in the things
that concern Jesus Christ. The Chris
tian life is to begin right, to turn one's
face toward Christ, and keep on going.
F Miles; '03. of Washington. D.
C. atter visiting his university
friends, has gone to-Madison to see his
parents. He is to return to Lincoln
In a few days for further work on hiu
George Swenson, '01, who Is travel
ing for the Rlchardson-Robcr-ts. Dry
oGods company, of St. Joseph, Mo.,
was in town yesterday.
Four copies of Robinson's "Readings
in European History," have been pur
chased and placed-on the shelves in
F. H. Bjown of the 'United States
forest lescrve at Halscy, Neb., Is vis
iting the forestry and botany departments.
Lincoln Transfer Co.;
tye Rjgl)t Road
Chicago, St, Paul,
Council Bluffs and
, ITS ALL RIGHT,
CITY TICKET OFFICE 1512 FARNAM ST.
UNION DEPOT OMAHA.
the merits and advantages offered by the various
railway lines before purchasing tickets The
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry.
has electric-lighted trains, solid vestibuled,
steam heated, equipped with every modern
safety device, heavy steel first-class road-bed and
many other advantages. Write to
F. A. NASH, General Western Agent, 1524 Farnam Strut,
Wc Will Trade
$bort time Leans
We La Ueaay to Tm.
PEOPLE'S LOAN AND TRUST GO.
Rocn JOTrCrounH FIor Frtrnlty ButUlng
J. R. BURLBIGH. Mmtiw
Oyster stow 25 cents at Cameion'6
new Restaurant, U9 South 12th.
Dinners and suppers $2.50 per weolj,
The Home Cafe, 214 S. 12th. 9
Get tho best Henderson Xc Awei'
uniforms, at Armstrongs.
Lincoln Local-Expreaa, 1033 N streo.
Both phones. , j
If you got it, at Armstrong's, lUs
on a Bicycle tor a aTlklng Machine
fir a Talking Machine for a Bicycle.
All the new goods.
Athletic goods of all kinds.
Girard Cycle G'mpy
J304 O Street
I0SS ELECTRIC CO.
Ucttic 3uppHe, Window Lighting, EUatrf Stf m,
u. Electric And Combination Fixtures, Dynamo
"" House and Store Wiring
4U hfa4 i KUv u, Rp.tt, LINCOLN, NEI
Includes in tho Nw .SHlon
25,000 NE.W WORDS, Etc.
New Gzettr of th World
New Biographical Dictionary
Mltod by W.T. IlAllRIS, Wi.D., LL.D.,
IT. S. Coiuiuissioner of Education.
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