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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1908)
THE DAILY NEBRHCIS
You am fill it
Conklin's Sclf-WIIIng Pen Is the
best fountain pen for both student
nud professor on nccount of the
Crcscont-Filler. To fill
"simply dip it in any ink and press
the Crescent-Filler that's all No
dropper no Inky fingers no ruffled
temper. Guaranteed to bo a perfect
Loading dcalors hntirtlo tho Conklin. If
yourn does not. order direct. Rofiino sub
atltutes. Send for handnomo now catalog.
THE CONKLIN PEN CO.
310 Httlutfi BilMli. TOLEDO, Olid
Discount Sale on Hats, Suit
ings, etc., at
TAILORS AND HATTERS
1337 O St.
EriiWo Shot Riiilr Faittry
TIME - and - MOM&Y
1220 0 St
UNIVERSITY JEWELER fc OPTICIAN
C. A. fucker
1123 I STREET. YELLOW FRONT
Do Your Washing
Sodalnights M6n. and Wod.B-to 11
Beginnors night, WedncsdayftHl
ifnt students hsphci ally mviTHD
- IclELEGT CROWDeJ
K seif- m
Jt A vAH I '
j 20 PER CENT I
MEETS NEXT WEEK.
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ganization. 1h limited to those who bo
came reaJdontB of Nebraska, or whose
prior to March lut, 18C7. The member
ship fee Is . The organization haB
no paid officers or employees.
The headquarters of both organiza
tions for registration and the Issuance
of certificates, will be maintained at
the rooms of the historical society In
the Mbrary building of the Universi
ty, whore all who come will be wel
come. If you are a member of either
organization send your name to the
secretary, and advise him whether nv
j not you expect to bo present. Invlta-
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those who are members of the society,
but all others are Just as cordially in
vited, especially the pioneers. All
communications should be addressed
to Clarence S. Paine, secretary, Sta
tion A, Lincoln, Neb.
Ueth Stone, nn artlsllc toe dancer,
recently with "The Little Cherub"
company, in which Hattle Williams is
starring, heads the bill at tho Lyric
thiB week. Sho Is one or the best at
tractions that has beon seen here on
the vaudeville stago this season. Clay
ton and Jenkins, with their mule in a
circus bhrlesquo, please the audiences.
Three passenger trains leave Lin
coln every day via the Missouri Pa
cific at 8:00 a. m., 2:30 p. m., and 10: in
p. m. Through pullman sleeper for
Kansas City leaves every night at
10: 1 p. m. The day express for Kan
sas City and St. Louis leaves at 8:00
a. in. For full Information regarding
rates. ednnectionB etc., call at city
ticket office, southwest corner Twelfth
and O streets. Depot, corner Ninth
Special Rates Via Wabash Railroad.
The Wabash have on sale daily
round trip tickets to all the winter
resorts of the south New Orleans,
Gulf Coast points, Florida, Cuba, West
Indies, etc., etc. For descriptive book
lets, rates, time table and all Informa
tion address Harry E. Moores, G. A.
P. D., Wabash R. R., Omaha, Neb.
Nebraska will meet the Muscallne,
Iowa, basket-ball live In the first game
of the local season Saturday evening,
January 11. A basket-ball informal
will follow the game. Muscatine has
one or the strongest fives In the -country.
The fourth students' recital or the
University School or Music will be
given Wednesday evening January 8th,
at 8 o'clock in the University Temple.
Students are cordially Invited.
Room 210 or the Mechanic Arts
building Is being enlarged to accom
modate more students for recitations
in electrical engineering.
Talk to Ludwlg about your-clothes.
Clements' photos are tho beat.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Marshall, students' barber. Corner
Thirteenth and O under Famous.
Have your clothes pressed aFWob
er's Sultorium, Cor. 11th and O.
Hayden, photographer, special rates
to students. 1127 O street.
Go to Mrs. J. C. Bell, hairdresser,
for chiropody. ' -"
Greon's-barijer shops are the beat
in tho West.
Palace Dining Hall. No lunch
Just a quiet evening meal at Dalrym
ple's. Try Francis Bros."restaurani, 1020 P
Cameron's lunch counter 23 So. 12,
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. at
C.'Hr Frey,' florist1, 1133 6 St
oftiin nlnan t
is easy. It!
flat tho only abso
lutely flat clo).n carter
ii the Brighton. Mill!- 7
oils of men know this buy
them and Yen them. The wear
li there, and they cost only a quarter
a pair. Remember it.
NWCU IUSPEXBER CO., 711 Maimt St.. Pmuiariu
Suits and O'coals
NO MORE NO LESS
World's Greatest Tailors
J. F. GREGORY, Manager and Cutter
Lincoln Brchv 145 So. 13th St.
Iff you want to so out
Wc wifl tnakgypu a 4tau
From $30 to $50
Makers of "Tasty Tags"
I ' ...3 t
arc made of
ptiro ailk web.
Tho nallcnW arc
new, exclusive varl-
a ety eunuch to Mitlafv
everybody. All metal nnrt
are of heavy nlckcl-pluted brass.
If your .dealer can't BUpply you, a
pair -will be sent upon receipt of price.
nuns or riMCEJt stfsrrjwns
JAR SEVENTEEN, 1908
Limited to 80
Trt-nrPT'Q - i be
Hade to Order, $15
all kinds. Noon
hour lunches a
speclaltv, i ,
Made to J
11.60 to 98,60 in.flatoearHeatherbloom and
Linen Moreen. 10.60 to ttO.OO'in a very (rood
quality of Bilk.
Wo guarantee a perfect fit and workman
ship. Orders Hilled in one-half to two days'
QUALITY and QUANTITY
IB OUR MOTTO
Lincoln Skirt Company
ETHEL E. ANDEBfaON, Prop.
1238 N STREET
suit, latest atylg, best trimmings.
142 Sv.J2tn Sfc
For Flnt Clii t liifirlif
AT LOW PHICES J
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