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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1907)
THE DAILY NEBRASICAN
Ladles and Gontlomon If In
tho market for a now typewriter
or desiring to ront ono, we
would bo glad to haro our sales
man Call and demonBtrato the
vislblo Undorwood. Yours ro--spootfully,
714 P 8t.
!; Would like to be j
your Laundrymen Cj
Petry Bakery Co.
Baking Ordora Fillod Promptly
FINE RICE BDEAD OUR SPECIALTY
PHONE US AND YOUR ORDER WILL
RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
DANCE-PROGRAMS BANQUET MENUS
MONS. THE xPMjnnER
317 SOUTH TWELFTH ST.
Lawlor Cycle Co.
Racycles and Ivor Johnson Bicy
cles, Edison Phonographs and
Records, D. & M. Sporting and
Athletic Goods, Guns and Ammunition.
13:24- O STREET
FIRE TOO RAPIDLY.
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were to be nb crisis tho reserves
would gradually grow leas and less
until perhaps thoro would bo no re
servo whatever mnlntulnod. Labor
needs a crisis. It Is u notorious fact
that labor has been becoming lessr
and less ofllclent while wages have
been constantly Increasing. A crisis
is needed to bring tnuse people to a
realization of thd true state of affairs.
In speaking of political life, Pro
fessor Taylor declared that an official
has got to talk- in platitudes. Tho
peopYo like them and demnnd them.
Roosevelt's particular platitude is a
"square deal." He has used 'this
phrase thousands of times all over the
country and tho people hear it and
say, "That sounds flno."
ProfoBsor Taylor declared Unit ono
of the saddest things about our polit
ical llfo is the manner In -which we
grow tired of our officials. JHo espo
dally mentioned the case of Admiral
Dowoy. Dowoy wonva victory which
voaliy was nothing wonderful. Ho
was plttedsagainst a few old ships of
a third-rate power, where the maxim
for action is, "Never do today what
you can put off until tomorrow." The
yallow journals of America and tlioao
who aro reached by them went wild
and threw their hats In tho air. When,
however, It came to raising money
fcr a memorial to him, a little two by
nine homo down In Washington was
purchased. No sadder case of the
changcableness of Amerlcnns can bo
Mmf It m K
iBvj MM II ft Tk
f 1.60 to $&60In Satoons, Hoatherbloom and
Llnoo Moreen. S3.C0 to f 10.00 In a very good
quality of 'Bilk. r
We guarantee ,a perfect fit and workmaa
skip. Ordersjlllled in one-half to two days'
notice. - . '
QUALITY and QUANTITY
18 OUR MOTTO
Lincoln Skirt Company
ETHEL E. ANDERbON, Prop. - r ,
1235 N STREET
11 - ' ' ' V" ""T"-"g
Ftr First Class Jallfrlt
. AT LOW PRICES
-AUTO 48-COLLEGE VlEW
HOT and GOLD SODA
132 NO. 10TH.
Henderson & Haiti
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
I A FEW LEFT.
On account of the great demand for
the Football Number of the Dally Ne
braskan, another edition was printed.
A few of these souvenirs are left and
miy be bought at the Dally Nebraakan
G, K, AKAGI & BROS.
Everybody la cordially In
vited to call and Inspect
204 South Twelfth St.
Thoro is a movement on foot to or
ganize a Cosmopolitan Club nt tho
University of Nebraska similnr to like
organizations in other colleges. It Is
essential for membership that tho
would-be Cosmopolitan bo born out of
the United States.
Jeffrey Hrbek, instructor In Bohe
mian and German, is dangerously ill
with typhoid fever." An operation was
performed Tuesday morning, but the
Bucccds of the same is not known as
Gregory's Semi -Anthracite
NO CLINKER OR SLATE
GREGORY THE COAL MAN
AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK BLDG.
I32 N. Ilth STREET
A Copy of the Souvenir Football Edition
can be had by calling at the office. 10c
THE GRAND CENTRAL
BARBER SHOP aid CI6AH , ST0HE
,W. H. BAKTHEUMN. Proprietor
134 South Eleventh St. EasLSte.
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
TWELFTH AND 0 8T8.
P. I IIAXili, President.
F. S3. JOHNSON. Vice Prca.
I1EBMAN O. FOX, Caakler.
W. W. HACKNEY Jr., Aaat. Oar.
,At Michigan language graphophonea
have been adopted .for the purposo of
aiding French Btudontx In their work. !
Clements' photos aro the best. !
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh. !
Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultorlum, Cor. 11th and O.
Marshall, students' barber. Corner
Thirteenth and O uridor Famous.
Hayden, photographer, special rates
to students, 1127 O streot.
Greon's barber shopB are the boat
In tho West.
Go to Mrs. J.-C. Boll, hairdresser,
Palace Dining Hall,
TRUST & SAVINGS BANK
Owned by the Stockholders!
of The First National BaokJ
-IHTKRE8T PAID AT 8ft PER OEtJT
Flratjtatlenfcl Bank Rodnia, Tanth and 0
Rubber Stamps, Stencils,
Seals, Trade Checks, Keys
Machine Works, Model
808 Be. Ilia, Llaeelo
Jiiat a quiet evening meal at Dalrym
Try Francis Bros.' restaurant, 1020 P
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O, sU
Cameron's lunch counter 123 So. 12,
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St.
Try' Savoy Hotel and Cafo.
University jeweler & optician
C. A. Tucker
II23I4TIEET. YELLOW FRONT
W manufacture all of our ,
Gandiss & loo CrtMi
We serve tho most dtlioioua HOT
and Cold Drinks in the city
TRY OUR FAMOUS ATHXNIAH
CHEW "NUT LOVET"
EAT "SAUER KRAUT"
1320 N St., Llnsaln. Nb.
Ckce SknudctearUr Size CeUir
IS cent rcb, t for cnt T
iUken ctcluatt and Monarch BfcltU
at . steP
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