Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1908)
THlB DAILY NEBRA8KAN
W. .r. not Tallow but th. Onjyrscjlntofe
Hats Mate to Orter at Factory 'Cost.1 Prices $2.o6ii4;dO'
THE LINCOLN HAT CO., 120 No. 12th
Conklin's Solf-FilHng Pen is tho
best fountain pen for bpth student
and professor on account of thd
Crescent-FIllor., To fill"
alrapljndlp It In any Ink and press
t tho Crescont-Plllor that's alUUtf
' dropper no Inky fingers norufflod
temper. Guarantcedto bo a feorfect
writer; ' ' ; .
Leading doalors handlo tha Conklln, If
yotira does not, order direct. Rofuso aub-
, atltutea. Bond fdrhandsorao now catalog.
"THE CONKLIN PEN CO,
319 Muitllii Balldlatf. TOLEDO, OHIO
We're nowlocated in the most
Beautiful store in the west.
We handle the'finest
in the city Come in and
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
f 4th and O So. west Corner
20 PER CENT
Djscoant Sale on Hats, SnU
s ' liigs;etc., at
1337 O St.
Ladles and Gentlemen If In
the.market for a new typewriter
. or, deslripg to rent" ouet w
would bo clad to kare our sales
nan call and demonstrate the
visible Underwood. Youth re
spectfully, "- .
714 P St.
jj Gtt ytur ihtw shfnaslby j!
'. ' Amrln bys't
'' PALM GARDEN '",
jl'liajfp '- 1132 6 j
v 1lJtly ,k l
;. ; , WmMMs to f v
ymir Cmmmitymtm C
DEBATING Ct AGUE. '
(Gontlnuod from pago one.)
this year Is: Should tho federal gov
ernment own and' operate the railroad
systems of the country?
The membership of tho league is at
presont ub follows:
1. Northern District Albion, Atkln
Bon, O'Neill, Pierce, West Point.
2. Northeastern District Blooming
ton, Hartington, Lyons. Ponder, Wake
field. 3. East Central DlBtrict-ABhland,
Blair, Columbus, Fremont, Genoa-,
Schuyler, ' South Omaha, St. Edward,
4. Southeastern District Auburn,
Beatrice', Fairbury, Hebron, Platfa
mouth, Pawnee City, TocumBoh, Wy
moro. 5. Central District Exeter, Fair
mont, Geneva, OBceola, Stromsburg,
6. South Central District Edgarf
Fairfield, Hastings, Sutton.
7. West Central District LoUp City,
Ord, Sbblton, st. Paul.
8. Western District Gothenburg,
Kearney, Lexington, North Platte.
9. Southwestern District Arapahoe,
Franklin, Holdrege, Oxford.
10. Northwestern District Alllanco,
Omaha will not bo enabled to join
tho league this year as she has al
ready made arrangements for debates
with Dob Moines and Kansas City.
NEBRA8KA WIN 8.
(Continued from Pago 1.)
at Washington or in state Institu
tions. In tho University of Nebraska tho
technical agricultural courses havo
been greatly enlarged during the past
year and the lectures which were for
merly given in the University build
ings are now all given at the Farm
campus. The classes are so arranged
that students may go to the Farm
certain afternoons during tho week,
whore they have a succession of
olasses or laboratory work lasting
from 1:3,0 until 4:30 p, m. The courses
offered for next semester Include farm,
crops, soils, animal feeding, stock
judging, veterinary science, dalryfg
All Seniors who have not yet or
dered pins and desire them should at
once give tholr order to one of tho
committee, which is composed as fol
lows: Florence Tlllotson, Abble Stewart,
Mary Strahorn, Jean Sullivan, A. H.
. .February 3, Professor Caldwell. Sub
February 13, Mr. Forbos of Boston.
National lecturer for the Billinc-'fl
The Hawkeye Club will be enter
tained by Mr. and Mrs. T. F. A. Wil
liams, 407 South Twenty-sixth. Btreet,
Saturday evening, February 1, 1908.
All Hawkeyes are invited. OfflcorB
will be selected at this meeting.
Clements' photos are the best
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Marshall, students' barber. Corner
Thirteenth and O under Famous
; . y
Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultorlum, Cor. 11th and O.
Hayden, photographer, special rates
to students. 1127 O street
The "Rag" for next semester, $1.00.
Go to Mrs. J. C. Bell, hairdresser,
Green's barber shops are the best
In the West
Palace Dining Hall,
cbunter. - r
Try Francis Bros restaurant 1020 P
Cameron's lunch counter 123 So. 12.
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. st
The "Rag." Next semester, $1.00.
:' . -
C. H. Trey, florist, l'lSSTo St
Tea and Coffee
TAIIflDC Main C,,e,
182 NO. 10TH.
HOt and GOLD SODA
Frats and Sororities.
When in Need of COAL call and see the
Suits and Ocoats
NO MORE NO LESS
World's 6ratest Tailors
J. P. tREtORY, MMatr ami CirHw
Lkcili Inicl, 145 St. 13th St.
Retry Bakery Co.
' Baking Orders Billed Promptly
riHE RICE MEAD OUR SPECIALTY
PSOim US JLKIX YOUR OBOte WILL
- - . Tickets 50' Cents
all kinds. Noon
hour lunches a
For First Class Talltrlng
AT LOW PRICES
AUTO 48 COLLEGE VIEW
Henderson & Hald
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
will treat you right
Phones: Bell 234; Auto 1610.
Made to Order, $15
.. - w
THE GRAND CENTRAL
lABIEK SHQP-art-CHAM STUE
W. H. lARTHELMAN, PrkUf
IJ4 SfitMi Ekm SL, tMltW(s
"f-Jfri.ir.iBIYIir.r. Wff .TggMBataaaMamwrTTVyr
Powered by Open ONI