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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1908)
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THE PAllvY NEBRA8KAN
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ConklhVs Sclf-FiUlno; Pon ia the
best fountain "pou fortioth student
and professor 'on account of the
Orescent-Filler. To fill
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simply dip it In any iuk ami press
the Cresoent-ElUer that'B all. No
dropper no Inky Angers no nt (Tied
temper. Guaranteed to bo a perfect
Loading dcalerit handle tho Conklln. If
yours docs not, order direct. Kefuse sub
tttatas. Bend (or handsome new catalog.
THE CONKLIN PEN CO.
, 318 HuhtlLi BtlUM, TOLEDO. 010
We're now located in the most
beautiful store in the west.
We handle the finest
in the city. Come in and
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
1 4th and O So. west Corner
LINCOLN DANGIN6 ACADEMY
-113)1 N St.-
Social nights Mon. and Wod.TB to 11
Beginnors night, Wednesday, 8 to 11
UNI. STUDENTS ESPECIALLY INVITED
-SELECT CROWD- '
Do Your Washing
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UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A Tucker
1123 0 STREET. YELLOW FRONT
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THE JWmSITY MAKS! TAILOR
Tha flnert work don and prioit right.
-Gall al.avr maw tor
1230 O St.
'; i; Qt yur -sha'as shlnarf by ".
,t Amarlaari bay a at
:! COLE eV McKfNN A'S
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THE ANNUAL FARCE.
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here and nro going to Bend him to
ward Lincoln In a minute. Meet him,
ho' that ho will got there In time for
the hop." (Hangs up receiver and
addresses Freshmen.) "Release Mac
and send him out the door.'
(Mac Ih -released and startB up the
Sceno II. Dance at Fraternity hall.
Mac talking-to a young lrtdy.
Mac. "I would rather two-step than
Lady. "Thon, 'get busy.' '
"KOMEN8Y" CLUB BANQUET.
The Instructor In Bohemian, Miss
Hrbek, Agreeably Surprised.
Members and frionds of the "Kom
ensky" club, fo the number of about
thirty, woro cntortained at an infor
mal banquet "by Miss Molly TJldrich,
one of tho members of the club, at
hor homo at 525 North Twenty-fifth
street last Saturday night.
Tho occasion was a surprise on Miss
Sarah Hrbok, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
who cojnes hero to fill the chair, of
Bohemian language and literature,
made vacant by the recent death of
hor brother, Prof. Jeffrey D. Hrbek.
Tho early part of tne evening was
given to tho singing of old Bohemian
songs In concert around the piano, and
other social amusements. Great mer
riment was produced by giving each
one present, ten beans. Every time
they would use a word in conversation,
that was not a Bohemian word, the
user was required to forfeit a boan.
It was surprising to not how well each
one would either-speak correct Bohe
mian or "shut up".
After a three-course banquet, J. B.
Bcdnar, as. toastmaster, called upon
.the following for responses:
"Money," Treasurer Votava; "A
Dream," Mr. Shonks; "Our Redeem
ing Features," Miss Alice Brick; "The
Cedar Rapids Convention," Mr: Tono
plr; "Komensky In ine Past," Mr. Ko
touc. Communications were rend from
JJXj-J. T. Kroy.cllLyjinch;-Neb-and-
JMr. T. J. Pinal, who Is studying for
estry at Ann" Arbor, Michigan, both
charter members of the club. luslc
was furnished by Prof. August Moz
ler and Ills pupil Mr. Huckle and Mr.
In the weo sma' hours tho mooting
adjourned, evory one feeling it was
the best evening the members of tho
club had spent togothor.
The next meeting of the club will be
Saturday . evening January 25. Tho
girls will have entire charge of the
program and all other arrangements.
In three of the games played by tho
Carlisle Indians UiIb season, the total
number of spectators has exceeoded
Clements' photos are tho beat.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Marshal, students' barber. Corner
Thirteenth, and O under Famous.
Have your, clothes pressed at Web
er's SuitoriUm, Cor. 11th and O.
HaydenJ photographer, special rates
to students. 1127 O street.
Go to Mrs. J. C. Bell, hairdresser,
Green's barber- Bhops are the best
In the West.
Palace Dining Hall. No lunch
Try FjrancIs Bros.' restaurant, 1020 P
Cameron's lunch counter 123 So. 12.
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. sL
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St.
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CLASP JHg SILK
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We are not Tailors, but
Hats Made to Order atfactory
THE LINCOLN HAT
Suits and O'coals Made to Order, 115
NO MORE-NO LESS
World's Greatest Tailors
J. F. QREQpRY, Manigar wi Cutter
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Lineal Brack, 145 Si. 13th St.
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Flat Glasn Garters
for solid comfort. The newest shades
and designs of one piece; pttrm milk
web. All metal parts heavy nickel
plated brass, cannot rust. 25c. a pair,
all dealers or by maik
PIOISfEEH SimPfENOBt cO.,
TIM Market Mtrtmi PMtnlelphta
JAN. SEVpfy i$8
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Limited to 80
all kinds. Noon
hour lunchss a
11.60 to $3.60 in Bat&ras.'Hftatharbloom and
LlnonMoroon. 8.60to 110.00 in tctt good
quality of Silk.
We guarantee a perfect fit afad workman
ship. Orders allied In one-half to two days'
notice. . .... '
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Cost. Prices $2.00 to $4.00
CO., 120 Ns. 12th
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remainder of the
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