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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1905)
THE DAltiV NEBRA9KAN,
I 'Freshman Cap Committee Meets.
i Tho freshman -cap 'committee met
yostorday during' the" ' convocation
Verlbd, and although 'their proceedings
.are kopt a profound .secret, tho rumor
Is provalont tfiat" there was no ques
tion nn to ilia advisability of woarlng
caps, but tho solo business of tho com-
mlttoo was to dovlso somo way to out
swlt tho sophomores, tyho are; detor
mined not to allow the first-year 'men
to woar capB, assorting that to do so
would bo to destroy an anolont tradi
tion1 of Nobraska.
The Sunday Meeting for Men.
Tomorrow aftornoon at throo o'clock
will occur tho most notoworthy .of all
of tho men's mass mootlngs which
havo been hold in tho Oliver Theater
so far this wintor. It has always, boon
tho ondoavor of tho commlttoo having
Bettor have your oyos oxam
Ihod now. Many times a pair
of glasses worn for a few wooks,
when tho oyes first begin to
trouble you, will savo you years
of spectacles wear lator on.
If you have any trouble with
your eyes come. to. us. We havo
had ovor-twnty-flve years' ex
perience In fittiag glassos and
we will gladly to'Bi your eyes,
scientifically, without charge,
amd tell you whether you nood
glasses or not.
Ia our shop we do all kinds
of expert repairing. Compli
cated watches, French Clocks,
Fine Jewelry, Diamond Sotting,
Prloes the Lowest.
Sermon or Essay
I f jrnn'TO n mor il to point. If roti would rnforc o
jruur nnruiiieutor enliven your stylo hy precept or
i t'armn. itvt ami keep at your elbow Varnuin
" cturacierZ' UverlnOpAgeibrlttllni- with "point '
f r every sorter writti'u or nrsl "effort." Alpha
ltltl xHti'.K to p rrvonnof hundreds ctlrraeli
sti'l cbsiauutr-trulis, loxU, topic, precepts, t-pf
20 ?J. discount to teachers
Vtruum's Churicirr: A floral Textbook t.ff
How to Attriuir Kitd UoMau Audlunoo .(
Ki-itniHi'l ifuiiua riofKlo utloii. rtrt... i.:
Oil's Ho w To l!m tho Voice. 1
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IVoanailCo'it (eompHiilniiate) i.st.
tVyninence opni I'arte (all other occatlont)... J.BO
lHilanbtuwin Parliamentary Ou'de 50
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Publishers, Springfield, Mas., V, 5. A.
GIST THE BEST
Itheso 'Joint' mass mootlngs
to obtain soma famous speaker or
some extra good music for each moot
lng, but they have certainly surpassed
thomselves on this occasion. The
Breaker will bo Mr. Edward Amherst
Ott, best known through his locturos,
-! 1. ..-- . . - II
"Sour Grapes" and "Haunteu nouses,
and also from his books, "How to uso
tho Voice." and "How to 'Gesture."
Mr. Ott has tho reputation of being
one of tho- moBt""polIshod speakers on
tho Amorlcan locturo platform Today",
and It will bo a treat to all Univer
sity students to listen to him. His
BUbJoct will bo "Tho Abundant Life."
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
Tho "Got One" campaign will close
Wednesday, December 20.
Tho Y. W. C. A. rooms, at tho hands
of an artistic decorator, havo takon on
an attractive festive appearance for
the Christmas season.
Y. W. C. A. and all University girls
are earnestly lnvitod to attend tho
Christmas service Sunday afternoon'
in Memorial Hall. The committee has
done everything possible to make this
a holpful, attractive servlco, to bo' led
by Miss Vibbard. Subject, "Tho Gift
of God." Special music and decora
No locturo is scheduled, in tho law
lecture courso for next Monday ovon
Ing, but Dean Pound has hopes of be
ing ablo to havo one at that time, or
during tho week at least. Last Mon
day, Mr. T. C. Munger, formerly prose
cuting attorney of this county, .was to
havo delivered a locturo on the. prose
cution of criminal cases, but owing to
tho cessation of tho stenographic
bureau, the long record of an actual
criminal caBe which Dr. Pound was
having prepared for tho use of tho
class during tho lecturo could not be
written in time, and' accordingly Mr.
Munger delivored an informal talk on
criminal procedure. If tho record is
ready next week, ho will deliver his
regular locturo, taking tho audience
through tho case stop by stop, point
ing out all tho pitfalls for tho un
wary lawyer and how to avoid them.
As many law students are elected
county attorneys within a year or so
of their graduation from law school,
this lecturo will be of-much benefit
to every mombor of tho law collogo.
A few days ago a cadet, In speaking
of IiIb last year's uniform, said, "I
didn't know at tho time, but I now
realize that your uniforms have given
much bettor woar than tho ones fur
nished by other firms last year." Wo
frequently hear Blmllar statements.
Just such conditions exist In tho other
departments ' of our store. Remarks
by Palm) Clothing Co.
Y. W. C. A. Christmas 8ervlce.
Tho Y. W. 0. A. will hold a special
Christmas service on Sunday after
noon at 3 o'clock in Memorial Hall.
This will bo .the last service 'of tho
old year and will bo lo'd "by tho gen
oral secretary. Her subject will be,
"The Groat Gift." Special music. Solo
by Miss Jennie Slaterrand. Christmas
Xmas suggestions Unl, pins, fobs,
pennants and pillows, at tho Co-op.
Printing George Bros., 13th & N.
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards- Blk.
Dr. Thomas, Rectal Diseases. 1319 O.
Don't forget the Unl. School of Music
Seniors, havo pictures takon at Ken
nedy's,' South Twelfth street, boforo
BOOKS FOR CHRISTMAS
A few items from tho imnjonse stock' of- the lLincolntBook Store
suitable for Christmas: - Mbt-i. ', -t--
"Evangeline." illus. by Christy
"Tho Prairie and tho Sea," by Wm. Quailo, UItttf.....l7S;..: 200
"An Old Sweethoart of Mine," lllus by Christy . V.8S
Out to Old Aunt Mary's." illus bv Christy -.'. . . :.'. . .sim .r. "ISCB
"An Orchard Princess," by Ralph Henry Barbour, illus.-by Plagg U7.F
"Miss Cherry Blossom of Toklo," illus In colors. . ...... .-. . ., o . 2.20
"Tho Art of tho National Gallery," by Julia Addison, illus 2.00,
"Tho Art of tho Louve," by Mary Knight Potter, illus 2.00
"At the. Sign of the JackV Lantern," by Myrtle-Reed 1 .60
John-Plske's Works, "Tho American Revolution' yBufcjh. and-- :
Quaker Colonies in North America," "Old Virginia and, Herwi,. . ,,,,
-"Neighbors," per set , .', .1 .2, .35
Calendars for 1906, "Tho Rough Rider," "The Cow Girl," "Thd"-' " "
Hiawatha," each .""1.25'
Dairies- for 1906, from 25c to
Pelonbet's Sunday School Lessons for 1906 , . -, v79
Pictures In colors, by Howard Chandler Christy (now) each.., , 1.00.
Remington's "Indians," from pastel drawings, each V .75
Remington's "Rough Riders," from pastel drawings, each 75 l
Fountain Pens Parker's Gold Mounted $10.00 pens, oach -8.00
Parkers Gold Mountod and Poarl Mounted $6.00 Fountain Pons
each , 4.80
Parkor's $2.50 and $3.50 Fountain Pens at 20 per cent discount.
Watorman's "Ideal" Fountain Pens, $2.50 to '6.00
A. A. Waterman's "Self-Filler," $2.50 to 5 .00
Postal Card Albums, holding 100 cards 50
Postal Card Albums, holding 300 cards , 1 .25
Postal Card Albums, holding 500 cards ?....-. 1 .50
Framed Pictures, Pyrography, Postal Cards, Pocket Books, Etc. '
THE LINCOLN BOOK STORE
1126 O fetreet.
I NEW MODEL N5I7 I I
Hero Is the cheaoeat snod ran vet (Made. R ttMnmiu2Min(ttwitnwfMnrwwk.Wa
been able to greatly redsce the cet of production and at the tamo time have' kept the fua up to the
(amou hieh Jfi&xrst lUndard of rtrength. wftty and dVblky. Notice the clean SfflpBdty.of
thii sun. The Wotkmtiuhio end finkh are rvrfecL The weuht it only 7 Douadt. The full choke
barrel ro apccuUr t
2M inch thellt may I
orcd lor imokela at well at buck powder and to' chambered that 2( inch or
w uted. Several mtprovestentt in the operating part make it the caitea). aaoat
andbirdihootinitogctthit rh oad repeatrng thot
Have your dealer erdetit lot you. t -" ,
Send for the Zfcs&t Catalogue and Experience Book te-Jav.' Freeor3 itamfiitf'''
77ie22arii2 firearms Cb,vmaYf street. New Hacn. ct
SonlorB, got pictures takon boforo
Try tho Uni. Dining Room,
A Nebraska pennant makes an Ideal
Christmas present Buy ono at tho
Y. W. C. A. rooms.
Lincoln Local Express, 1343 O St.
Star Delivery Co., Baggage.
meals. Phoenix Res-
Got a nice pennant at tho Co-op for
that Xmas prosent.
Eat at Don Cameron's new restau
rant, 119 So. 12th St
Tho place of tho Y. W. C. A. recep
tion has been changed from Art Hall
to Memorial Hall.
Oliver Cigar Co., 135-137 No. 13th.
Union Shining Parlor Shlno, 'flvo
cents; chairs for ladles. 1018 O St
Walkover shoos for college men.
Rogers & Perkins Co., 112Q O St
Dr. Woodward, diseases of tho eye,
ear, nose and throat Richards block.
"Little hand-mado books," unjquo
and interesting Xmas gifts. Miller &
WANTED--Every user or prospec
tive user of a typewriter to havo a free
trial of the VISD3LE Underwood.
Underwood. Typewriter Co.,
tBoll Phone No. 348. 136 No. 11th St
sua at to lovr price. ,, .
Seniors, get pictures taken at Ken
tickets Unl. Dining
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