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THE DAILY NEBRASKA
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We try to avoid purchas
ing goods which have an ap
pearance of value which they
do not in fact possess.
Such goods are made only to sell.
We study the permanent interests of
If you want to be properly fitted
out for your college work, go to the
for all kinds of University Supplies.
We sell both new and
second hand books. All kinds
of outlines and supplies.
Waterman's Ideal and Swan Foun
tain Pens. History Paper and Note
Books. University and Plain Station
ery. Laboratory Supplies. Dissecting
Instruments. Dietzgen Drawing In
struments and Draughtsmen's Materi
als. Fine Chocolates. Souvenir Postals.
Pennants, Posters, Etc., Etc.
The Co -Operative Book Company
318 NORTH ELEVENTH STREET
States subtropical laboratory at Miami.
Florida, whoro ha has boon for sovoral
Bon Chorrlngton, 1910, has booomo
toaohor of dobatlnR and athlotlo dlrootor
In tho Omaha high school and will not
bo In school during tho coming year.
Chorrlngton was olootod as ono of tho
Btudont mombors of tho athlotlo board
B. fi. Quthrlo, 1908, was on tho cam-
Eub Tuosday. Ho Is planning to bo In
lncoln during tho coming yoar.
Samuel IUnaktor, 1909, was on tho
campus TuoBday. Ho has boon spond
lntr tho summer at his homo In Boatrlco
and returns to Oxford, England, this
month. -. ..
Lawronco Woavor, 1910, has accoptod
a position with a Boatrlco roowBpapor,
and will not bo In school during tho
O. "W. White, 1909, spent tho summer
studying tho commission form of gov
ernment In wostorn cities. Ho visited
Kansas City. Denver. Salt Lako City,
Portland, San Francisco. Los Angeles,
El Paso, Galveston, Houston, Dos Molnos,
St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Raymond. J. Pool roturnod recently
from tho University of Chicago whoro
ho took special work In plant physiology
nnd morphology under Drs. Barnes and
Coulter. Ho undortook to learn tho
mothodB employed In presenting hlB sub
Jcot in Chicago and comos back with
many wordB of praiso for tho University
of Chicago. Ho will havo chargo of tho
samo work this year that ho had last
On account of tho orowdod condition
of tho class room and laboratory In tho
nrst division In Botany I, students aro
advised to reglstor In tho socond divi
sion, which recites at 2 oolock.
Studonts who took summor Bchool
Botany A, and rocolvod four hours of
credit, may comploto tholr six-hour ro
qulromont by registering for Botany I
for two hours and taking it as a throo
hour Bubjoct until tho first of Decem
ber, whon they may drop tlvo subjoct
with a two-hour credit.
All football candidates desiring lockers
should seo Manager Eager at onco In
regard to samo.
Tho regents roqulro that all students
taking part In athletics or gymnasium
work shall pass a satisfactory physical
examination. Appointments for tho ex
amination can bo mado at Dr. Clapp's
office at any time.
Several now members have joined
the botanical staff this year. Miss
Delia Ingram, A. B., of Washington
state college, is fellow In botany, and
Is In chargo of tho books and pam
phlets In room No. 104. J. W. Rob
erts, A. B., University of Nebraska, Is
follow In botany, In charge of the
foronoon laboratory division. .Miss
Qraco Emet, B. Sc, University of Ne
braska, 1b fellow in botany, In charge
of tho store-room, in place of Miss
Darling, who is teaching botany in the
Beatrice high school this year.
The annual St. Paul's reception will
bo held at the church, Tuesday even
ing, September 29, from 7:30 to 10:00
o'clock. Old and new students are Invited.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum, Cor. 11th and O.
Why not send tho Nobraskan to
the folks they would enjoy It, and
It saves letter writing.
Some of our readers subscribe for
out-of-town friends. What do you
think about It?
Fine shoes. 1107
TONIGHT, 8 AT. & SAT. MAT.
"A STRANGER PROM BERLIN"
TUESDAY NIGHT, 8EPT. 22
PRICES $1.00 to 25c.
THURSDAY NIGHT, 8EPT. 24.
Watch the Windows
MILLER & PAINE
For New Fall Styles
A Noteworthy Showing
of New Fall Styles in
Exact copies of imported modes up to one
hundred dollars- good taste, style, mater
ials, dualities and values Paramount!
The very latest mil and winter styles are now grouped
on our sales parlornoor readily observable and inviting
your criticism. The stunning styles in long coats, the
'close-fitting skirt models, the strictly high grade tailoring,
the swagger, dressy trimmings large pockets, reveres
buttons, etc. are the features that make our new fall
modes commendable and remarkable. The materials
are fine Broadcloths, Serges, Cheviots, Chevron and
Diagonal Weaves, Fancy Worsteds, etc. ; the color
range is complete; .prices
$20.00 to $100.00
Of Interest to Students and Those
Who Provide for Their Needs
16 x 16 Oak Table 65c Gas Mantles, special
24 x 25 Oak Table.$1.45 three for 25c
Sewing Tables, extra fine T. ,, . i
finish and strength. $1.25 ?as LlShts complete-
The M. and P. Oil nickle for 30c
plated lamp, shades are Inverted Gas Ligets,
$1.25 for 65c
. Full line gas, electric and oil lamp supplies all
the new ideas in de-natured alcohol stoves, irons, etc.
Books at Special Prices
GOOD WEBSTER DICTIONARIES
"Webster's Practical Dictionary best cheap dictionary on the
market copyrighted 1906 by the publishers of the Inter
national Dictionary. Our' 4W
special price dfcOC
Ideal Edition of the Practical Dictionary bound to stand years
of hard usage; excellent paper. Our -
special price- J1
Webster's Condensed Dictionary bound like the deal editions
larger, with patent thumb index. - 4 m
Specia lprice p JL bJ
FOR LATIN STUDENTS
Burt's Latin-English Dictionary revised and enlarged. Best
tor students' use endorsed by the university teachers. Pub
lisher's price 75c. Wo will sell forty copies only, JO
at, each .""....' OC
FOUNTAIN PEN BARGAIN
'The Laughlin" fountain pen, widely advertised in leading
magazines as a $3.00 fountain pen for $1.00. Wo will sell a
limited number of .these pens this, week IMP
at, each , OC
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