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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1906)
XL be Datls tM.li.n
Water Tight Shoes
10 DIFFERENT STYLES
Just the Shoos for Stormy Weathor
ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON
AFTER THE DANCE
The Ensign Omnibus and
For Goody Prompt
Get the full benefit of tho gas that
goes through your meter. We will sell
you this week:
Everlasting Light, for. i 39c
World's Rest, for 55crf
Lindsay, for - 69c
Now Inverted, for '. $1 .00
Good mantles 3 for 25c.
Largest stock of Edison Phono
graphs and records in thoclty. FooU
,ball goods, guns, ammunition and ath
letic goods at Lowest Prices.
LAWLER CYCLE CO.
1324 O Street. .. '
J Repairing Factory
r X The only up-to-date plant in X
. X the city. It saves you time
-7 - -K
! Would Like to be Your -j!
Laundry men. , '
YULE BROS. ;!
(Continued from page 3.) ,
I'm in your boat, I guess; I've been
pretty lucky tonight, myself. I sua
pocted how it was when I saw you in
the strcot. I guess you're no gladder
I happened along than I am." Ho
lutlghed with n heartiness for which
Elsdn did not quite see the reason,
but in which he jolnod. And so they
walked down the street togother, talk
ing of this and that and the other
thing, iind becoming vory well ac
quainted with each other.
Elson liked the follow. He had a
sort of candid, democratic way about
him thnt appealed to the clubman. Ho
was cultured, too; his books wore El
son's; Elsou's music was his. They
differed in politics, but that Is what
politics is for. The stranger had trav
eled. He had not been to Europe, but
his own country ho knew well. Ho
could loll you about the queerest
places anything from Chinese dives
In SntuFrunclsco to the palaces of the
millionaires on Fifth avonuc.
"I don't like to Btay in one place
too long," ho explained. "People don't
seem to tako to my ways, and then 1
get restlesB. I suppose I'll have to
leave this town tomorrow."
Elson was charmed. He was glad
now that he hadn't gone to a hotel.
This fellow was his kind dlfferont
i ftom tho ovorlnstlng Harris, or Pender,
j or even Rlloy. Ho was sorry when
they turnod Into the Btreet where ho
, had his rooms. , He must see more of
I his n6w friend.'
"I live hqro," he said, "bo I'll have
Tto say good night. My name's Elson.
Chnt you meetuO; at my club for din
I nor this ovqning?"
Tho stranger hesitated. "I had in
tended gplnprtq Chicago," lia said, "but
that can go . Why, yes, I'd, bo de
llghtod. I am Smith Smith, of John
boh & Smith, you know. Thanks
"Good night," suld Elson, again.
Tut, tut, dear reader! You should,
not bo BUBpIclous. Not every man you
tmeot on the streets at two o'clock In
tho morning is a tliug. I thought I
made it plain in the beginning mat
ElBon'a companion waB a perfect gen
tlemnu. , P. A. EWING.
.Rhetoric 15 Debate.
Tho debate In Rhetoric 15 this after-'
noon at 2 o'clock In University Hall '
106 1b on thb following question:
"Resolved, That "the government
should own and operate the railroad I
trunk lines." G. L. Ponlon, 'Q8, and
E. K. WHtso, '07, will argue forthe
fufllrmative and M. A. Mills, Jr., '08, atfdv
W. C Ramsey, '08, will maintain the
negative. - The debate. 1b open to the
Captain Curtlsof the Michigan foot
ball team broke his leg In a practice
game Saturday. Tho big captain has
had very hard luck. Last year he was
put out of the Chicago-Michigan con
test for alleged brutal play and the
accident of Saturday will prevent his
participating In the-last big game of!
hlsJootball career, the Pennsylvania-1
Michigan contest next Saturday. '
Wisconsin will meet Illinois in de
bate elthor next year orthe succeeding
year. Illinois, Nebraska, Minnesota,
Iowa, and Wisconsin formed an inter
collegiate debating league last y&ar.
This year Wlsconsfn debates Iowa'
andfMihneuota, and Illinois debates
Minnesota and Nebraska. Daily Car
dinal. ,Tho faculty at Wisconsin has com
pelled tho Juniors to reduce tho pried
of their "prom" to three dollars. The
former price was six dollars.
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Cuffs, per pair .6c
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