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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1908)
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' Phi Kappa PbI.
Every student should not only at
'tend tho afternoon program, but also
'the evening entertainment and hear
tho nddrss.s of Dr. Sherman.
' Tho Students' Debating Club, itf an
ticipating a lively debate Saturday
evening February 22 as to whether or
InoVitie recent panicwas due to repub
lican Incompetency. Bates and Mor
,gan will uphold tho affirmative and
'Waldo and Johnson the negative.
'Others than members are cordially In
vited to attend.
' leorgo Capron, Minnesota's great
Iclcker, will not leave the University
of Minnesota, although Couch Forbes
has offered him many Inducements to
go to West Point. Ho said In regard
'to the offer, "I roallze what a fine
thing it would be to go o West Point,,
but atlll I've had four year's military
graining at ShattUclc and do not care
Tor the llfej Further, 1 like Minneso
ta and wish to play two years more
The Senior play caste .will meot In
U. 106 at 11:30, Thursday. Tho com
mltteo has appointed understudies for
tho girls' parts. Through an error
these names w.ere omitted from tho
caste as published In the Nebraskan.
They are Pearl Fitzgerald, Wlnnlfred
Goukl and Glaideth Denny.
Freshman Hop tickets will bo sold
nt $1.$0 instead of $2.00, as was ilrst
'announced. Tickets will bo on Bale
within a foW days. The date for tiro
hop' is March 111.
Professor Avery Is contemplating
the formation of a Saturday morning
laboratory division in Chemistry "B."
Tho laboratory ' Is quite crowded at
The FreBhman Law class will hold
a smoker at the Ccacia house, 1216 H
'Street, Thursday evening, February
13. Everybody out.. A congenial time
, Professor Taylor announces that a
make-up examination In Political
Economy will be. given Saturday- morn
lug at 9:00 o'clock In M. 101.
Attention Cornhusker Staff.
V The, Junior C.qrnhuBker staff will
meet this evening at 5 o'clock.
' Mr. It. G., Zon will lecture today at
li:00 a. m., on "Forests and "Streams."
' Room 110, Nebraska Hall.
" - iif Tno PftHa'lin Literary Society has
planned a Valentino party for next
j' Saturday evening.
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;j: TiCoat and veBt of a$75 dress suit at
V wwSinap." iRoom 3, 1339. OuSL s
" SNew rraternity oox paper. ' .see I
V Tho-University Book Store, f .
-"' Dr.. Chas.vYoungblur, dentist, 292
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CifapUa Bros.:' florists. , 127 S. 12th.r
' $ m. Hlli; Dentist; 233 So, Eleventh.
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9. H.. Frey, florist, 1133 OSti ' j
daflUbndUfl d '.'&
Thi Swillist Lint
Tans and Blacks, Oxfords and Pumps,
You ever Saw. Have put
at about One-Half Their
Thisi are the Samples the
inj Salesmen carry. They
up New Samples each season
and Dispose of the ones
they have just carried
at a Great Sacrifice.
THIS IS A SNAP
Missis $1.50 to
86c to $1.15
Child's $1.25 te $2.00 Shots 75c to 95
Ladiis' $2 to $5 Shoes 95c te $1.95
oysSI.50toS3SheesSI.l5 to $1.35
'Men's, $2.50 to
If001 IdH 11L
ms o srter,
Do Your Washing
tiist i Mimes IUK
illMIIT PAID AT 9U PSS OBNT
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UNIVERSITY JEWELER 4 IPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
' OPTICIAN .
1123 I STREET. YELLOW FRONT
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them on salt
OFF ON . : ",
Men's, Women's, Misses'
and Children's Sample
25 to 75
per cent off
Lot No. 3, $4.00
Let Ne. 4, $3.50 Sheer - $2.51
Let Ne. 5, $2.50 and $3.00 Shoes $1.15
SH PAIR LADIES' RUIIERS hood .m.. 35 CENTS.'
It will iay
For Rent Several largo all modern
rooms. With or without board. Rea
sonable to students. 1029 R St.
Clements' phptoB are the best.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Marshall, students' barber. Corner
Thirteenth and O under Famous.
Haydon, photographer, special rates
to students. 1127 O street
., Go. to Mrs, J. C. Bell, Jiair.dresser,
Harry Porter. AH finds' of supplies.
Ii 23 O.St; .-'"
"yalontine poBtals at the University,
wpoicatore. j ,
Palace Dining HaWfo&No lunch
counter. ' '?& q
Try Francis Bros.' restaurant, 1020 P
Cameron's lunch counter 123 So. 12.
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Befikman: Bros; Flne'shoes; 1107 O. st
Brown Buslhes's College, 1519 O St..
TryrBud's 'Cafe-1435.'d Street.
Eat at Elam8. -
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as we have fir
OUR SPRING GOODS
Are Coming in. We are crowded
room and are -going te clean
out Odds and Ends and all Broken Lett
regardless ef their cost.
have put them in lets as fellows:
Lot No. I, $5.50 t $1.00 Shoes $4.50
Let No. 2, $5.00 Shoes $3.51
Shoos -. $3.01
yeu te buy new.
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We're now located in the most
beautiful store in the west.
We handle the finest
to. the. city. Come in and
try them. , ;
LIhciIh Gwdy Kifchm
Hth and O So. west Corner
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