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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1906)
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THE PKOPKIiTY OP
THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD
Publication Office, 128 N. 14th St.
EDWIN MlLROY SUNDERLAND, '07,
8. M. Rimakkii, '00 .... Managing Editor
PnRD BAtXAitn, '0G Nowb Editor
W. E. STANDEVEN, '07.
Gay HAnnv, Assistant Manager
Byron J5. Yodkii, '08, Circulator
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Editorial Rooms and Business Ollicc
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Payable In Advance
Single Copies, 6 Cents Eaoh.
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will b !bargod for
nt tho rato of 10 conta nor lnsortloa for ovory
flftoon words or fraction thoroof. Faculty
notices and University bulletins wlllgladly bo
Entered nt tbo postr.fllco at Lincoln, Nebraska,
as Bocond-closH mall mutter undor tho Act of
Oongrowf of March U, 1870.
Tho day or rather tho night of
tho County Fair Is at hand and again
IbhccomoB our pleasure to say a word
In Its fayor. Thoro Is no ontorpriso in
all tho .round of University diversions
and monoy-maklng schemes which
commands our support moro readily.
Wo know of no way to pass an even
ing which will roturn so bountifully
In pleasure tho money and tho energy
Tho County Fair Is unique in sev
eral particulars. Socially it is tho ono
evening of the yoar when convention
ality is cast to tho winds and every
student from tho greenest Freshman
to tho most exalted -Senior, regardless
of ago, sox or fraternity, mingles with
end of financial soundness.
Tho County Fair should bo a pleas
ure and is, certainly, a duty;
EVENT8 OF FORMER YEAR8.
Happenings of other day as record
ed in Tho Nebraskan:
-Five Years Ago Today.
Wisconsin vas trying to secure
Threo Years Ago Today.
Tho Seniors held a class meeting
and tho Senior Prom committco was
announcod. T. P. Howltt was ap
pointed chairman of it.
One Year Ago Today.
Tho 'Varsity went thru a light prac
tise Hain provontod tho Senior-Junior
AN OBJECT LE880N.
Pathology Trip to Beatrice Instructive
In Highest Degree.
Twenty-seven members of Dr. Bol
ton's class in Mental Pathology held
a clinic at tho Institute for tho Feoblo
Minded at Beatrice on Wodnesday.
Tho trip wa3 mado to Beatrlco early
in tho morning and the greater por
tion of tho day was spent in Inspecting
tho Institute a'nd in oxamining tho in
mates. Incidentally a dinner to the visitors
was tendered, by Dr. Johnson and his
wife, who are In ohargo of tho Insti
tute, nnd every possiblo courtesy was
extended. A bit of University enthu
siasm' was unbottlod upon leaving tho
homo, as well as when tho crowd as
sembled' at tho Paddock' Hotel, and it
is safe to assurao that tho University
is a much moro tangible quality to tho
citizens of Beatrice today than It was
Inspired by tho sights of tho Insti
tute, one of tho members of tho party
wrote tho following lines to express
the profound influence tho evonts of
Font Ball Hat Pins
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Two Sterling Pins in Rflf
neat case only , 9UG
See Our Window
1143 0. EYES EXAMINED FREE
a crowd bont on fun and fun alone.
Moro than this, tho Fair Is almost
tho only real University function
where a, money valuation does not
draw Its social barriers. A dlmo ad
mils to tho crowd and thereafter It Id
wholly a matter of personal conven
ience how fast tho money goes. The
greater part is freo and what Is, not
is choap to tho point of absurdity.
Behind tho fun and tho eccentricity,
howeVer, thoro lies a serious purpose
'that should receive tho consideration
of aOJnlversity folk. Tho Y. W. O.
A. Is the originator and promoter of!
it, all and thero is method in tho ap
Thero is money to bo raised for a
cause, than which thero is no bottor
at Nebraska. Tho Y. W. O. A. does
a work tho llmlta of which can never
quito bo reached. Finances form the
only feature hnt can drag tho work
and tho County Fair Is a means to the
the day had exerted:
Tho all the flowers untimely droop
And ono drear call comes thru tho
In evening, so that all I hold most
Takes ' frightened wings and In the
dim light flees,.
Still never would I murmur 'gainst
tho night ,
Nor turn my oyes away from gift of
MY MASTERY O'ER SELF that
Tho kernel from which grows tho
And thIS my star fall from the firma
ment, Each day it brings a new found
wealth to me,
Greater than treasures of tho mount
Thank God my rudder's fixed upon
F. von T., Nov. 21, '06.
Registrar Clark left Lincoln yester
day for a threo days' trip.
ALLEGRCTTI CHOCOLATES AT RECTORS
Rudge & Guenzel Comp.
COMPLETE LINE. OF X-MAS
From the lowest priced Cambric Handkerchief that's good to plain Linens
with tho neat hemstitched borders, through tho crossbars and on to tho
most .elaborate embroldorlngs on Swisses and linens this showing Is truly
representative of tho store that has over been considered Handkerchief
headquarters since its inception.
We believe we have anything you might wish for In beautiful Handker-
. chiefs. Come and see early.
Women's Plain Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, In Cambric, with fancy bor
ders; 2 for 5c; 3 for 10c; and 5c each.
" Women's .Cambric Handkerchiefs; Hemstitched; 3 for 10c and 5c each.
Women's Plain Hemstitched Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, lB, J'and 'fc-lnch
hem, at 5c, 10c, 12c, 15c, 17c and 25c each. ,
Men's Cambric Handkerchiefs; hemstitched ...5c, 10c and 122c each
Men's Pure Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs.. 10c, i2c, 15c to 35c each
-AT 15cW0MEN'8 PURE LINEN HEM8TITCHED HANDKERCHIEF8
in an unusually good variety of patterns 15o
AT 12'2c WOMEN'S 8HEER CR083BAR LINEN HANDKERCHIEF8, UN-
laundored, all initial letters '. 12J4o
AT 17c, WOMEN'S INITIALED HANDKERCHIEFS; SHEER CHECK LIN.
en with medallion embroidered corner 17c
AT 25c, A VERY 8TRONQ LINE OF SPLENDID VALUE8 IN VERY
sheer Hemstitched CroBBbar Linens in plaids and checeks 25o
PURE LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS; HEMSTITCHED, WITH DAINTY EM-
broidery borders and medallion corner.
PURE IRISH LINEN; HEM8TITCHED; ALL-OVER PATTERN8, IN CLO-
ver Leaf,-Daisy and Floral designs. Beautiful collection to chooso from.
X 35c-3 FOR $i.OO
Women's Hemstitched Handkerchiefs; very sheer and fine, with hand em
broidered wreath enclosing initials. All lengths.
Fancy Boxed Handkerchiefs for children; colored borders; plain hemstitch
ed and initialed; 3 in a fancy box for 15c
Children's Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, with Initials; any letter; 3 In a fancy
box for - 25c
Children's Cambrics from. 2Jc up
VT 50c EACH
Here's another very strong line of values In Women's and Misses' Hand
Very Fine-Sheer Embroidered Linen Handkerchiefs of very splendid qual
ity, in scores of tho nowost designs -of-dalnty embroldorlngs, with either
plain or medallion corners.
Sheerest of Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, with drawn work corners
with Armenian Lace Edge. -, J '
Crossbarred LinonB, with the daintiest of embroidered borders and medal
lion effects. t
Tho Now Shadow Rings and Allover Patterns, etc.
Men's Pure Linen Hemstitched Haridkerchlefs; all initials;
each r ,
Men's Crossbar effects In a big variety of Checks and Plaids;
Men's Crossbar Handkerchiefs, with hand embroidered Initials;
Men's very Sheer Pure Linen Crossbar Handkerchiefs;
each 50c and
M&jffiSit Your O'coat
A Good Time to Select
' imperial Sdcki
There will not be as good a time
again this season to select Just the
Coat you want, as now our .stock of
"Kensington" Coats Is at Its best.
Therstyles that are most popular are
plentiful In all grades. You will find
It decldedlyto ytour advantage to buy
now, and have the benefit of a full
long winter's wear. Our most popu
lar coat Is the one styled the "Ches
terfield;" knee length, slightly, cut-in
the back, with full skirt. An-exceed-'
Ingly stylish looking garment. They
come In Black, Blue, and Gray; Silk
Venetian 'or 8erge lined, ranging In
' price from
$.50 to $40.00 -
Splendid values In Fur Coats at $20.
$25 and $30. '
Magee & Deemer
Kensington 'Suits They Fit.
1109 O 8treeL
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