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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1908)
THE DAILY NBBRA8KAN
You cu fill it
; Conklin's -Solf-Pllling Pen is tho
pest fountain pen for both student
nnd professor on account of the
Crescent-Filter. To fill
Fountain Hr Pen
pimply dip it in any ink and press
tlo Crescent-Fhier that's nil. No
lroppcr no inky fingers no ni filed
tompcr. Guaranteed to bo a perfect
Loading dealers handle Iho Conklln. If
yours does not. order direct. Kofuso sub
stitutes. Bend (or handnome new catalog.
I THE CONKLIN PEN CO.
319 HuWlUi UAi, TOLEDO. OHIO
Lawlor Cycle Co
Raoyoln and Ivar-Johnson
: iiyclii. 0. ft M. lastbill -
' Soot's. 10 Mir ft. roduotlon
to- studtnts if thty montiott
: this ad.
1324 O STREET
T. J. THORP & CO.
Rubber Stamps, Stencils,
'Seals. Trade Checks, Keys
Machine Works, Model
1038JK St., L.INCOLS
X HAIR CUTTING A SPECIALTY
.Qulik and Easy Barbir Shop
' C. W. HUMBRT, Ptf.
- tOI SOUTH ELEVENTH STREET
(Jive mm m Mil
The girls are wearing mighty
fine Tailored 8ults this Spring.
DO YOU THINK"
They want to spend their money
for Tailored 8uits and go with
afellow wearing a Hand Me
"THINK IT OVER."
We will give you the Latest
Style, Perfect Fit and the Nob
blest Assortment of Woolens in
the city. $25 and higher.
. . 142 8outh 12th 8t.
Eltttrie Skat tooalr Faotory
TIME -AND -MONEY
tfflUT iWWI f7
FROM THE 1YEBRA8KAN.
Five Years Ago.
Tho Sonior annual did not moot a
largo Halo and tho financial success
of tho book 1b quite doubtful.
Considerable comment 1b being
paBsod as to where the buildings
grnntod by tho last legislature will bo
A good story will boar repoatlng,
but not to the same class.
Dlossed Is the noto taker, for he
shall be borrowed of by all his friends.
Arrangements, h'a've been completed
for tho Junior-Senior reception.
Doan . Kingor . succeeded O. P. Rosb
as secretary of tho Y. M. C, A.
Threo Years Ago.
Tho Dramatic Club presented "Fon
nol." Five frat men were elected for tho
mombcrs jf tho Athletic Board. Fred
Hunter received 646 votes, which head
ed tho list.
The annual May Morning Breakfast
was held at St. Paul's church by tho
Y. M. C. A.
Tho Soniars decided not to observe
"Sneak Day"" on account of "various"
reasons. -. t
Since the beginning of the year fifty
eight school and college fires have
been recorded in the United States
Fifty-five foreigners, representing
clghtoen different nationalities, arc at
prosent onrollcd in tho University of
Missouri. Tho list includes Mexico,
Argentine Ropublic, Japan, I ndia,
England, Germany, Chile, Peru, Russia,
China and others.
Tho University of Idaho has settled
the Beal problem, one being adopted
by the board of regonts at their last
At a recent election at Barnard Col
logo 360 ballots were cast by 325 girls.
Alumni of Purdue are to offer a
prize for the student who invents tho
host football play for next year.
Largo stock tan oxfords, snappy
Btyles at popular prices. Rogers &
Cameron's lunch counter 123 So. 12.
C. H. Froy, florist, 1J33 O St
Clements' -photos are the best'.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
(Continued from page 1.)
and indulged In many humorous situa
tions which wero well received by tho
Tho cast was as follows:
Miss Bailey Irish maid
Miss Qould Chaporono
Mr. Erskino Servant
Mr. Letton Prof. Edgington
INJURIES MAKE A MUTE TALK.
An Oklahoma Man Hadn't Spoken for
Years Till a Train Hit Him.
George Berry, a deaf mute who was
struck and run over by a Katy train
at Shawnee, Okla., Friday nnd dan-
'gerously injured, astonished his rela-
Hives later by speaking distinctly. Ho
will recover from his injuries. Berry's
leg was broken In six places and his
head was badly Injured, but his skull
was not fractured.
Emerging from twenty horus un
consciousness he oponeti his eyes and
created excitement by speaking plain
ly: "Give me water." This was tho
first lutelllgible utterance he has
made since childhood. . Physicians
regard the case as most remarkable.
Berry is still deaf.
Send in your npws Items to the
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. bL
Dr. Hill, Dentist. 233 So. Eleventh.
Chapin Bros., florists, 127 Se. 12th.
GREGORY THE COAL MAN
AMERICAN SAVIN6S BANK
PLEASE PAY UP!
If you have not paid your subscription, please
let the matter have your early attention, $100
for second semester Office open daily 2 to 5,
room 7 ministration building; ':.: : . :
fe Flat Clasp Garters
for solid, comfort. The newest shades
and designs of one piece, pure silk
web. All metal parts heavy nickel
plated brass, cannot rust. 25c. a pair,
all dealers or by mail.
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO.,
TIB Market Street Philadelphia
Afaiert of Pionttf Sutpcndtrt
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
TWELFTH AND 0 STREETS
P. L. HALL, Prosldont
P. K. JOHNSON, Vlco-President
B 'MAN C. FOX, Caahlor,
W. W. HACKNEY Jr., Auat. Cashier
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Do Your Washing
There's unlimited satisfaction
In Regal Oxfords for hot weather
It is not just the comfort
though that's a decided feature.
It's also In the style correct
style the kind that appeals to
tho particular collego man or
the young business man who Is
looking for snappy and swagger
shoe shapes. ,
Whatever your taste may be,
you'll find tho proper stylo that
pleases you most in this stock.
Better come in and seo theso
new Regals right now.
Speier & Simon
We 8ave You Money
Northeast Co. 10th and O Sts.
Just out of the high rent dis
trict. U CLINKER OR SLATE
132 N. Ilth STREET
'. AiAsk :mMJ2iLl
AID KEEP THE OFFICE CAT FAT
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