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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1906)
THE DAkLY INBBRASKAN.
Zbc Daily I2tbrskati
A consolidation of
Tho Hesperian, Vol. 32, Tho Nebraakan,
Vol. 10, Scnrlot ana Crcaoi, Vol, 4.
Publlnlicd dally, excor
Lincoln, Nob., by tho Hcopcrlan Publish
Monday, at tho University
Board of Directors.
O. V. P. Stout. . Lauronco Fonsler.
II. P. Lcavltt.
Edltor.ln-Chlef....jJohn D. Clark
Manaaer vT..Fred Naughton
Vrnvuf. J. Jii. Xicunur
l,jotlc It. A. Van Orsaci
Circulation w. 12. Hianaoven
Editorial Room, U S20U4. Dnstaem Offlce, U
2II)S. Pcmtoaico, Station A, Lincoln, Noy.
Ofllco hourn of Bulnw Manager and Editor
11:00 to u:;w uniiy.
Telephone Automatic 1528
Night Telophone Automatic moo
Subscription Prlco, $2 por year In advanco
Entered at tho pontofflco at Lincoln,
Neb., no second-class mall matter under
tho net of congress of March 3, 1870.
Subscriptions for The Dally
Nebraakan are due, and all who
have not paid up will please see
the circulator as soon as possl
ble. Office open from 11:00 tor
11:30 dally. R. 2112 Unl. Hall.
Co., Baggage Both CfflNfeLW.
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cor. ii29 o street. mmmw&&xss32imwm
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A young woman'i
Rogers & Perkins
Union Shining Pnrlor Shine, flvo
cents; chairs (or ladles. 1018 O St.
Eat at Don Cam6ron's now restau
rant, 119 So. 12th St.
Oliver Cigar Co., 135-137 No. 13th.
Dr. Woodward, diseases of the eye,
ear, nose and throat. Richards block.
Printing George Bros., 13th & N.
Professor Bruner lectured nt the
Stato Industrial School at Kearney on
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards Blk.
Lincoln Local Express, 1343 O St
Walkover shoes for college men.
Rogers & Perkins Co., 1129 O St.
tickets Unl. Dining
New line of Eaton-Hurlburt paper
at the Uni. Book Store
Elegant new stationery.
Try tho Uni. Dining Room,
Eat at tho Unl. Music Cafo.
Discount Sale. Sanderson's.
A GOOD STEP.
Tho senior class took -a good step
yestorday morning whon It adopted
the resolutions for the consolidation
of tho. class books. It is certainly true
that thore is not enough advertising
.patronage for two books annually, to
Bay nothing of stutlont support and
ability. Without Baying anything
about tho books of the past, Nebraska
ought to bo able to got out bettor
ones, annuals that are roally "annuals"
and are equal to liko publications of
any of tho largo western Institutions.
This can bo done only If nil energy
. and effort Is concentrated upon ouo
book, and tho 'soniors are to bo con
gratulated for' seeing this and acting
ns-thoy have. It Is now tho duty or
' tho other classes to rollow their lend
and join In tho -move.
But boforo final action Is.takon, wo
boHqv.oTthot ono or two" changes arc
necossar In tho resolutions. Tho ma
chinery of selection of editors and
managers Is Intricate, but Is pwjlaably
ns simple as possible. But .wo still
believe that tho edltpr-in-chlof' should
. bo a Junior. It is a fact that tho hard
est part of tho work comes whon tho
book is Issued, and that frequently
accounts hang over- until tho next
year. It Is just at this tlmo that
1 every senior Is most rushed, nnd for
this reason nlono wo bellevo that tho
editor and tannager sh6uld bo Juniors.
The provision that tho editor and
manager should got all tho profits loft
after paying the assistants also Is un
wlso, It will bo directly productive or
n desire to'mako tho hook of such a
sort: that tho most money can bo made.
Why not lot tho compensation of tho
6dltor and njonagcr bo tho same ns,
that of tho assistants; that Is, "re
Soniors, get pictures taken at Kennedy's.
Don't forgot tho Unl. School of Music
Eaton Hurlburt Moii3sellno Chiffon
box paper at the Unl. Book Store.
Seniors meet Thursday at 11 a. m.
in U. IOC.
.hnpln Bros, Florists. 127 So. 13tb.
Liberty Linen paper at the Unl. Book
Stort. All new.
Our Eminent Specialist DR. DR. COHEN
will oxamino your eyes f roo of charge and
toll you whether you aro in need of glasses or
not. Prices tho Lowest, Satisfaction
Guaranteed. Now is tho timo-to have
your watch looked after, notf when it-stops.
Bring in your watch and havo our watch-
maker look it over and seo if thoro is any
thing wrong or not.
Main Springs '. 7fic
Cleaning ' 75c
Crystals .t 10c
Wo guarantee all work for ono year. Bring
in your watch and have, it rogulatod frco of
clmrgo. Herpolsheimer's Jewelry and
SUITS 15 OFF
Our Fine " Kensington"
Suits, 20 per cent discount
E want you to try one of these "Kensington"
Suits We now give you a chance to wear
the best clothes you can buy and pay no more than
for the poorer kinds.
Remember, we will refund your money any time
you are dissatisfied.
$15.00 "Kensington" Suits now $12.00
Black and Blues not included.
Sweeping clean up prcccr on . O'Coats ancf all Fur
Magee & Deemer
"Kensington" ClothesThey Fit x
iQuallty' Unsurpassed. 1307 O Street
Y. M. C. A. Notes.
The membership commltteo met In
tho Association roomB Wednesday
morning. Nearly all tho committee
men were present and a i)lan of action
was adopted. Eath man agreed to
make special effort to secure three
members during tho coming weqk. At
tho end of that tlmo tho commltteo
will again meet to report tho amount
of work done. Tho matter of giving a
banquet to tho men who did work dur
ing tho membership contest Inst fall
was also consldorcdt- It was decided
to glyo tho banquet and nil thoso who
aro eligible are asked to report to tho
Tho Association Quartet, composed
of T. A. Huttpn, H.-ID. Wallace, L. A.
HIgglns and J. E. Edgerton, furnished
ontertnlnmorit for the, High School
students during 'thcjlr chappl period
Thursday morning. Tho students
turned out en. masso and applauded
the performers' most vigorously, Tho
quartet sang four numbers and, be
sides this, Mr. Edgerton rondorod tvfo
high-class monologues. The fame ?of
this'quartet Is beginning to be of
mote than local significance.
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