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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1904)
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A consolidation of
Tha Hftporlnn, Vol. 81, Tho NbratHan, VL H
Scarlet and Cream, Vol. A.
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TflyiiittM (lIlly,o)ont.1Jundy. una Monday,
at the Uulrerilty of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nrt,
bj the Hmpcrlnn Publlnliiag Co.,
Boaho Or DrniOTOB
Profaosora J. I. Wjrer, and 0. R. Riolur&M
II. I. Ltavlt
John Wcatovar E. n. Waltan.
KdttoHnChiaf Paul A. BfflBf
Manager A. O. Sohrelbar
(Mnralsttr Walters. Standards
Xn't. AdY.lCanagar Frad Nan into
Fred A. Swraftir
D. P. DaYoaaf
Miss Mlnnlo mlm
Gold or Silver Paid for Baubles-
Presents, useful as well as ornamental, arc not hid away or gone in a day, ?
JJ? but are for years a constant reminder of the giver. We have a complete line of .
Editorial Rooms and Broilneea OffloeU 8tl)
Pott Offlca Station A- Lincoln, Nobr.
Subscription Prico, 2 per year, in adraaaa
Kntcred at the poitofQce at Lincoln, Neb.,
s socond-olona mall matter under the act of
con Kress of March 0, 1BT9.
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Individual noticed Mill bo charged for at th
rate of 10 oonta for caoh Insertion. Faculty,
departmental .and unlreraltj bulletlna rrlM
gladly be published free,' ns heretofore.
; ljAI)I&S' PUflBUfi WRIST BAT JS 1DKS' SATCIf Kl S
OARTKR PtTRSES CHATKLAINTC DAGS SUIT CASES
CARD CASES AUTOMOBII B HACKS DRB3SINO CASS
LETTER CASKS CARRIAGE BAGS SI1 K. HAT BOXES
POCKET BOOKS Ml'SIC BAGS- COLLAR AND CUFF BOXES
BILL BOOKS OXFORD BAGS TOILET ROLLS
PASS BOOKS CABIN BAGS TRUN.KS ANT)
FLASKS SUIT BAGS LEATHER NOVELTIES
To poiKOiiH who wish to study In the
i liussioal llbrnry, the quietness of tho
room, which is conspicuous by its din
and upioar, Ih a source of great an
noyance. No matter what time of the
day a poison outer.; thin loom he Is
lemlndett of th proerbiaI "confusion
or tongues at the tower of Babel,'
which must hao been music to the ear
omparcd to the Jangl" which Is in
i -r.santly heard in tho so-called kuk1
loom. In one corner two joung ladies
are studying conversational Latin, or
some other brancli of learning, which
seems to depend largely upon the vo
cal organs. In nnothor part of the
i( Ladies' and Gent's Horn Alligator and Fitted Suit Cases and Bags Unsurpassed, h
ft Umbrellas; self-openers and removable handles. Visit us before buying. Oj
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m uvincKS i runK r actory i
Auto Phone 1396
1036 O Street
Bessey will confer with them in hh
ofike in loom 110 Nebraska hall. Bring
jour record (credit) books.
A few Seniors hno not -had their
pit tu left taken for the Sc.iior Book.
This mufti be. attonded-Q immediately,
or they will not mpear m the book.
Students from Iowa, not at present
member of the Hawkeyo club, but in
terested in the same, are requested to
hand or send their names at onto to
M1s.s Pres-dy or C. .1. Humphrey, Sta
Amherst has recently established a
chair of history and political and so
clal science in honor of Henry M.
Buckner, its most illustrious alum inn.
It has an endowment oi H,00).
BRUG CO. WholMU nJ RrtaH
Automatic Phnc J 707 J Hi O Strt
A do.en monibeTs of the t lass
wz W hc-c WM If - !Ki:- Wt
To make him feel good you must give him
something out of the ordinary and some
thing that will suit HIM.
I've got it!
BUDD, at the $2.50 HAT STORE
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Track Suits, Sweaters.
Bicycles and Repairs,
Sidles cycle co.
1317 o St.
The newest and finest Barber
Shop in Nebraska. Particu
lar attention given to face,
neck and scalp massaging. J
J206 O St., Burr Block
At Witt M ' r- .-4-
Barney & Berry;
i Skates i
I 65c to $2.00
loom, another couple are. discussing
the last Junior Prom., or tho ono to
come,, and In other places other
weighty subjects are being discussed
In equally loud voices, much to the
nnnoyanco of the unfortunate iiu'l vid
ua! who s atten.,)tlng to absorb a lit
Why can't the persons In question
adjourn to the elocution room or to
the Y. W. C. A. room, there to de
elop tholr conversational powers and
allow the classical library to bo used
for the purpose for vhich It was In
tended,' (o study.
Dean Besscy aslts every Senior in
the Industrial college who Intends to
graduate In February to see him as
soon as possible, prolerably during
tho "dean's hour," from 11:30 to 12, in
room 107 University hall. For those
who cannot come at that time. Dean
Civil Government at Chicago uni
versity, filled i.io seatH usually occu
pied by tho jury In the juvenile court.
The "gavel" was" frequently nocesflnry
to restore order. "Occasionally pathet
ic cases came up which played upon
the tender sensibilities of the feminine
jnroi3." and provoked their unio
stiained criticism of the judge's
"cruel and heartless" decisions. -Chicago
For first-class Tailoring
at low prices, see Union
College Student Tailors.
Phones; Automatic 3255,
Bell J 209. jt J- J.
Union College Tailors
Sotrth I at Jiki College Building
Watemlle Pocket Knives
25c to $2,50
H A L L S
A !! fc fc-fciftH.
U.iherslty men are eating and drink
ing good things at tho city Y. M. C. A
Spa. Thoy enjoy home-made pies,
oread and sandwiches of the brst
Why get out-of-town Candies which
the dealer may havo had on his hands
three or four months, when you can
got candles made freshvory day at
MAXWELL'S, 13th and N
Chaoin Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
Lincoln Local ExpresB, 1089 N street.
Look Over Our New Book Counter... i
Monnnh, the Mr, Heai, bv Seaton .. . i or,
Old Gorgon Graham, bj Loiliner j 20
Ifytrni-tri frmn AiIhiik' fViii-v K m....i n- i..
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Rebecca, by Kate Douglass Wiggins 10
In the Bishop's Cairiage, h Michelhon ion
The Crossing, by Churchill 1 20 Q
The Singular Miss Smith, In F , Kingsley j'o B
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at BROWN'S, 127 south Eleventh
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