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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1907)
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YOU HAVE INTIL NEXT
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To take advantage of the Sterling's
Great 20 Per Cent Reduction Sale
On every article of High Grade Clothing in their house. This sale embraces our exclusive .
lines of Young Men's Suits and Overcoats and ALL our splendid ' 4 ' ,
line of FURNISHINGS, including
FuH Dress Suits, - Tuxedo Suits, - Fine Overcoats, - Cravenettes,
Shirts, - Gloves, - Underwear, - Neckwear
And our Latest Cuts in Black Sack Suits as well as all other Highest Standard Suits of best
fabrics and workmanship.
The products of the Best Manufacturers of this country at a Saving of One-fifth to you
...One Dollar in Every Five...
Dunlap and Stetson Hats, Manhattan
Shirts and E. & W. Collars and
Cuffs, which are contract goods, alone
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Paine Clothing Company.
Organization Perfected lnd Officers
for Ensuing Semester Chosen.
The Girls' Qlee Club, which has
been In process of formation since
early in the semeBtor, has perfected
Jts organization nnd will hojd Us first
rehearsal Tuesday at 11:09 In U". 10G.
Tho following Rlrls, having succeeded
In "making good" with the examining
committee, have been elected to mem
bership in the Club:
Helen Anderson, Luclle Hates, EHa
Hoose. Ruth Caster, Beatrice Clark,
Grace Clark, Edith Forrest. Bessie
Fry, Helen Hendrlo, Wllhelmlna Hor-
rold. Bessie Holcomb, Edna Hunter,
Helen Huse, Myrtle Kauffman, Dale
Lapp, Leota Lapp, Julia McCune, Bess
Mitchell, Julia Naglo, Lydla Ostoh
burg, Mildred Parks, Laura Ithoades,
Edith Roberts, and Olive Seamark.
The officers of tho club for tho com
ing semester are. as follows: Soloist,
Vera Upton; director, Mrs. Carrie B.
Raymond; manager, Mildred Parks;
captain, Leo.tci Lapp; secretary, Helen
Anderson; treasurer, Bessie Fry;
librarian, Lydla Ostenburg.
Hand Informal In Memorial Hall at
8:30 p. m.
"Som. BoU' meets at 5 p. m. Mr.
Pool will speak,
Silver Serpont meeu In U 208 nt'll
Mr. Robert Stevens In piano recital
Basketball with Wosloyan at Univer
sity Place, 8:15 p. m.
Union and Palladlan Literary Socle
tles meet In their respective luills
at 8 p. m.
Practise for Charter Day In Gymnas
ium from 2:30 to 3:30 p. m.
Basketball practice In Gymnasium
at 4 p. m.
Chemical Club meets in Chemistry
Lecture room at 5 p. m.
Senior Masquerade m Memorial Hall
1210 O Str.
at 8 p. m.
PROF. BARBOUR HONORED.
Appointed to Office of Prominent
Professor ID. II. Barbour has been
appointed mombor of the executive
committee of tho Paleontologlcal So
ciety of America. Stnco Ills discovery
of the prehistoric men north of 'Omaha
last autumn, Professor Barbour has
come to be recognized as one of tho
loading paleontologists in this country.
DON'T BE A CHUMP
If you want to go out' in society
dress right. We make clothes
to fit you. Not made for a "dum
my and altered to fit you. Dress
Suits or Tuxedo Suits to order
$30.00 up. Suits and Overcoats
to order $20.00 up.
Latest Eastern Styles
LOST rA small bunch of keys, be
tween Station A postofilce and the
NebVaskan office. FJiuler pjeasb leavo
Cliapln Bros., Florists, 127, So. 12th.
Annual meetine of Nebraska rills
torlcal Society In Art 'Room, LI 1
Annual meeting of Nebraska His
torical Society In Art Room Li
Meeting - of Old Pioneers' Associa
tion in Art Hall.
Music at Convocation.
Tho Ofllcers' Hop at Fraternity Hall
Swedish' Dancers In Memorial Hall
at 8 p. m. College Settlement
English Club meets at University
Woihen's building, Twelfth and O
streets, 8:15 p. in.
Y. M. C. A,, dinner at. St. Paul's
church at G p. in.
Nebraska vs. Iowa. Basket-ball In
Armory at 8 p. in.
Freshman Hop at Llpcoln Hotel.
Monday, 28. - t
Final examinations for first somes
BREAD, PIES the
AilU LlliLo COME IN
We have a delicious
assortment of candies
of our own make.
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Auditorium Afternoon and Evening
& Race for local championship between Billy Miller and Le
ft Carson, Saturday night, 9:30. Admission 10c.
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A dollar 1 as big as a cart wheel
when U, buys one- of-Harris' dollar
fountain" pons.. 11117 O. He's rllablo.
Gregory's Washed Goal $6,50
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