The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 21, 1904, Page 4, Image 4

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.A meeting pf the Ornithological un
ion will bo held'Jn Omaha on December
31.
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The Oermnn club will meet the first
Thur-Hdny after vacation, with MIbb
I.elet.
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that the collar it either jiut too big
of jutl loo traall.
Quarter Size
COLLARS
do not bind cither cravat or neck.
The original and beat are
Cluett, 5 cent each
Arrow, 15c each, 2 for 25c
914 ararywhar.
CLULTT, PEABODY A CO.
Waaartof CloettandJIptianih BlUrta.
Sam Westerfield
Pioprielor of
Sam's
Cafe
Little (Jem Hot
Wnffle nnd Flno
Meals and
Lunches
It 7-12 i Hth 13
Street
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Cbrhs B. Grtgoiy
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ZjsLtbt Coal Ittan
H. 1044 O BTJtBBT
KADIS, The Tailor
Suits Made lo Order $15 and up.
.'luInK. Dyeing and Pressing Our HiMx-ialty
At Phono Xu
M44 O Street LINCOLN
See Yourself as
Others See You
mHE Printed Stationery you use
reflect! your business Judg
ment. No Job is too common to
tw neatly done. What you wast
when you want it.
,!27 NW,h King & Zurbrigen
TvaUthSttMt Tk Ivy PraM-Ptintan
Ivy Praaa-Ptlntan
The Plrst National
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H. B. Evan., Aat Oaiait.
Prank Parks, At Oashtav.
P. R. Basterday Auditor.
ROSS ELECTRIC GO.
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Wtldv ClocK er Article i Jewthy
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The section in Political Economy 1
will have an examination next Wednes
day morning.
(Hep club rehenrsal tonight, 7 sharp,
Alemoiinl hall or UlOfi. Full attend
ance. Important.
CliriBtmns vacation begins Wednes
day. Decembor 21, 6 p, in.; end3 Wed
nesday, January , 8 a. m. Rates on
all rullronda.
Vacation begins this cvonlng at C
o'clock and ends on Wed.iesdny, Jan
uary 4. at 8 a. m.
The members of the Infor-Clnsa Ath
letic Board are requested to meet this
morning at 11 In the Y. M. C. A rooms.
This Is a vory Important, meeting and
every member is urged to lc present.
The debate held last Faturdny even
ing by the Students' Debating rrnb.
waH pronouncetT a grand success. The
boys adjourned to meet again after the
holidays to carry on the work that
has meon so helpful to them in de el
oping power along the lino of- oral ar
gumentation. The C. E, of the First ProBbytcrlan
church gave a social for tho girls of
tho dormitory last evening In the Unl
verdlty Wbman's building. The par
lors were beautifully decorated with
YuletUno decorations. The evening
vas spent with games, Christmas trees,
lefrcshments, etc.
A. A. Steele, whose name appeared
in thoso columns a few days ago in re
gard to making briquettlng tests at St.
Louis, Is now In the city visiting with
his ulster, Mrs. Ioveland. He was on
the cnnipus yesterday.
Tbe students of Botany 1 have been
l'u..llng over the question "What Is
the 1 Ife of the Plant?" In nn open
quiz, rcpulting In stirring up much In
terest, and the consultation of mnny
bool-s of reference.
ail-. C. C. McCune, ex-'flf., of Stroms
btug. Neb.. Is lsitlng. lrlends on the
(ampus. MeCttn'e In editor and pro
prietor of tho Weekly News, nnd was
a former member of The Nefornskaif
staff.
H. P. Warren, II. O. Nellsou and F.
H. Geer Uavo been appointed on a com
mittee to nttend to the representation
of tho Engineering society In the
"Sombrero."
C. O. Hruhc-key, who was compelled
lo discontinue his work here, Is now In
the en-vloy of the Chicngo, Rock Island
with hcwulquarters at Fnirbury, Neb.
B. (1. Smiley, .1. L. Hernhey and F.
P. Shumway have lett their work In
tivll engineering and are now engaged
ii. rairroad work.
Piofessor Sheldon has Just completed
an Important volume of Nebraska his
tory that will be ready for the public
In-n'A-ery few day.s.
Mr. George Elmendorf, '07, has with
drawn from the university to accept
a .position with a B. & M. locating
party.
Professor Bruner will address a
meeting of the teachers of science In
Omaha, Wednesday, December 28.
Pni. calendars nt tho Co-Op.
Lincoln Local Express, 103s) N Btroet
Both phones.
Armstrong Clothing Company, prac
tical hatters.
Chanln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
If you got it at Armstrong's, it's
right.
Pat ionize Nebrnskau advertisers.
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Pacific system, including Kansas, Okla
homa, etc. Two daily trains leave Lin
coln at 8:15 a. m. and 10;15 p. in. Full
information at city ticket office, south
west corner 12th and O streets. Depot
corner 9th nnd S streets.
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