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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1907)
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THE DUL-Y NEBRA8KAN
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""r: Olivef' Theatre
AT. MAT. & EVE., DEC. 21
.' , JOHN L. KEARNEY
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'The Mayor of Tokio"
, Mai. 7j5 to 25c. Eve. $1.50 to 25c.
500 Ore. Seats at $1.00
Christmas Mat. and Eve.
' LINCOLN'S FAVORITE.
-Mti Tim Mtiphy
MATINEE 3 P. M. EVE. 7j45"& ?:00
PRICES TEN AND TWENTY CENTS
FRANK H. TURNEY
"And He Did"
MR. JACK WILDE
WRIGHT .HUNTINGTON & CO.
I "A Stolen, Kiss"
, Character 8tory Songs
; w- -STEINER TRIO
UNDER FALSE COLORS
WHEN THE CAT'8 AWAY
SAVE THE PIECES
A SAILOR'S LASSIE
AN UP-TO-DATE STUDIO
Week GowmenclnWondayr Dec. 16
"FULTON STOCK CO.
In. tho J3eauwul Romantic Com
" - ' ody- Drama
Evening prices. ........ 16c and 26c
Matinees, Wod, and Sat 16c
boat a resyd, Box ofUco opens 11 a. iq.
TRUST t SAVINGS BANK
Owned by the Btookholderal
of The First National BankJ
DITKtMT PAID JlT 8H FEB CENT
fkt Drug OmtUr,
IEITR1L NATIONAL MNK
" TWELFTH ANrOJtTlf; , -
P.Ii.MAtLrreiident. o Kf
r BJHBBCAN 'C..E0X, CaaklMr.'r v k
3. yV. W.HiCKKBY,JrtlAw- Cri
About 33,000 Beats wore sold for the
Yale Princeton football game.
Ina WaBhburn, 1907. Is teaching In
-LoaoV South Dakota. .
Union College has the distinction of
being the mother of the first Greek let
ter fraternity. ;
The Catholic studonts of the Univer
sity of California are soon to build a
chapel of their own.
Michigan's new union clubhouse,
jvhlle Btlll Incomplete, is proving Im
mensely popular with the students.
Wejlesley has enrolled, tour Chinese
girls, the first to be sent to this coun
try by the Chinese- government.
The Christmas vacation begins at
6 p. m., today and ends at 8 a. m.,
January 6, 1J08.
Nebraska will meet the Muscatine,
Iowa, basket-ball flvo January 11, on
the local floor.
Kansas Is. to have a now general en
gineering building, work being already
The Michigan Student Council has
abolished tho Sunday welcoming of
Michigan's new football field is to be
one of the finest In tho West. Tho
grandstand will seat 18,000 people.
Cornell College is engaged in a big
-campalgn-for-a new-gymnasium,- The
students have contributed ?iu,uuu.
The State University at Iowa City
Is going to hold Tegular. Sunday Ves
per services hereafter.
The girls at Minnesota are demand
ing "M"s" for their basket ball cham
pions. Brown University has set aside
$1,000 for prizes to students who oxcel
Young women students will find
pleasant entirely modern rooms, with
largo reception room at 045 No. Thir
teenth street. A 3247.
Nebraska defeated Wesloyan Unl
eralty; nt, basket-ball -AVddnoBday
evening at University Place.
score was 33 to 19.
Our discount prices on all Christmas
presents were made when wo marked,
our goods. All prices are low. Tho
University Book Store.
Chsments' photos aro the best.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultpriuta, Cor. 11th and O.
Marshall, students' barber. Corner
Hayden, photographer, special rates
to students. 1127 O street.
Fancy bo paper for Christmas pres
ents. 340 N. 11th St.
Green's barber bhops are the best
in the West.
for chiropody. - ' '
Palace Dining Hall,
counter: -- - r
-Just a quiet evening meal' at Dalrym
ple's. r Z m
Beckmah, Bros, Fine shoes,. 1107O. b&
, Try, PranclsBros,' restaurant 1020 P
..Cameron's, lunch bounter 123.436. -12.
Three passenger trains leave LtnJ
coin every day via tho MlBsoun ,ra-clfic-a't
8:00 a'Cm., 2:30 p. m., and 10c IB
p. m. Thrpugh pullma9'Bleeper, for
'Kansas City' leaves every night at
10:16 p. m. The day express for Kan:
gas 'City and St Louis leaves at 8:00
a. mJ ; For full information regarding
rates, connections etc,, call at city
ticket office, southwescorneJTwelfth
ado. Streets. Denot, corner Ninth
and S, ,
Late Planned Gifts
They are selling litorally by the thousands
and ought to be right.
The signet in bright or satin finished gold is used in all kinds of
jewelry, tho polished surface being tho greator favorite. . "
Signet Cuff Buttons, solid goid, $.1. to $4.JLQ. '.
8lgnet Fobs, Signet on a mesh or Chain effect, $8. , ' -
Signet 8tl'ck Pins, polished or satin finish, also fancy designs. In
the nlated pieces, 35c, to $1.00.
Ifi the solid gold, $4.50 to $5.50.
8lgnet Hat Pins, 50c to $4.50.
Over 300 Different patterns
local designs Include tho Stnto seal, cofn, goldon rod, tho Capitol, the
University buildings, the city postdfllco, Bryan's homo, St. "Paul's
church and Wesloyan university. Tho "building" spoons, with a
stamped bbwlv-$1.25 to $2. .
With gold bowl, hand engraved, $1.50 to $2.50.' "Lincoln spoons,".
95c to $1.76. x .
Floral designs in heavy relief, $1.25, $150, $1.75, $2.00. -Extremely
heavy spoons, $3.
Coffee Spoons,. -50xto$1-J50. U . , " :
Baby Spoons, plated, 75c; solid, 95c, $1.00 to $1.25.
Miller & Paine
HOT and GOLD SODA
132 NO.. 10TH.
K h, U Lv '-I'lS nETETETt
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We claim to bo tho boat CLEANERS and DYERS In Lincoln, and are
here to provo it Our methods aro :tho VERY LATEST and our work
men the best that money can securtj.' jS ,
We clean the finest" dresseB and robea-without danger of fading or
shrinking in any way. Wo also olean"gontlemen'8 clothing of all .kinds.
Goods called for and delivered. Altgoods thoroughly sterilized. We do
altering and repairing. ''
CALL OR'WRITE FOR PRICE LIST.
J. C WOOJD
PhoneBell 147 1820 N 8TREETr
NO MORENO LESS
J. F. GREGORY, Manager and Culler
LIrciIi IhiGh, 145 Si. 13th St.
Hot - 4 -ChocoMp
Ta and Cofffib
Soils and O'coats Made to Order, SI5
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Now Is ttie Tie!
Henderson & Haid
' -..I. in
.REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
Phone Auto 1292
all klndi. Noon
hour lunchs a
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