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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1909)
THE DAtL?Y NEBRASKAN
ti Half Million
Glasses of Soda Water
old and drank from our 20th Century
Sanitary Soda Fountain season 1008
Agency Huylorn, Guntnera and Lown
ya Chocolates and Bonbon?.
Th Dnig CutUiVt J .
Every Loyal Unlvtrslty Student
Is Urged to patronize theee Ne
braikan advertisers, and t men
tion the paper while doing eo.
Contrnl National; First
Trust and Savings. f
BATH HO08E , . ,
Chris'. Eleventh and P- '
Co-Op; Por tor's; Unlver-
Colo & McKonna.
F.arqulfajr Mngee & Doom- $
" or; Mayor BroB.; Palaco
Clothing Co.; Spolor &
CONFECTIONARY . .
Lincoln Candy Kitchen.
J. R. Davis; Youngblut.
Herpolsholmer; Miller &
Paine. . T
FLO R 1 8TB
' Chnpin Bros.; C. II. Froy.
Budd; Fulk; Mageo & .
Doemor; Mayor Bros.; Pal- U
aco Clothing Co.; Spolor
& Simon. ' $
Capital Grocery Co.
Budd; Fulk; Unland
Collins Ice Croam Co.;
Camoron's John Wright's.
jt Evans; Morchants.
Slvoan. v ,
, PRINTER8 . '
George Bros.; Simmons.
Boston Lunch; Camoron's.
Beckman Bros.; Branth-
walte; Budd; Cincinnati
Shoe Store; Sandersons;
Rogers & Perkins; Petty;
Hereford. - '
The Skirt Store.
" Elliott Bros.; Horzog; Lud-
wig; Marx; College Talk
ors; Scotch Woolen Mills.
Lyric; Majestic; Oliver;
Lincoln Typewriter Ex:
CINCINNATI . .
Eitotrlt Shit Rtiilr Futtry
1220 O Straat'
arc now In season. Do you know
any place where you can get as
as you can at our new store? No
need of being crowded.
KitchCn S.W. Corner
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
1123 0 STREET. r YELLOW FRONT
Your Patronage Solicited
THE FIRST TRUST
& SAVINGS BANK
Owned by tbo Stockholders of thu
First National Dank
Interest Paid at 4 Per Cent
First National Bank hoomn, Tenth & O
bolieve that they havo captured n bad
nrnn. BlHhop is sullenund rofuBcd to
divulge uny information regarding his
previouH residence, his business and
his family. The pollco havo asked in
formation from several of the larger
cities, and Bishop will bo hold pending
At the mooting of the senior class
Tuesday npxt, the class will try and
dispose of tho matter of class pins.
The securing of pins has been consid
erably delayed this year, since the
committee hns been working with the
other classes in the attempt to sccuro
a standard class pin. Very llttlo as
regards a standard pin, has been ac
complished. It has almost been im
possible to got the different members
of the committees together, and while
tho scheme of having n standard- pin
hns not been abandoned, yet tho sen
ior cIuhh will probably take flnnl ac
tion on the matter Tuesday.
A recommendation ot tho senate,
adopted at a recent meeting, provides
for changes In tho Temple building,
probably entailing the removing of
partitions td enlargo some rooms. It
hus been recognized for some time
that there was no place to hold uni
versity functions sufficiently large to
accommodate the number who desiro
to attend. Even the rooms at tho
Temple have proven too small for tho
receptions and tho student functions
which have been given this fall, and
the need has been pointed out to tho
sennto, which resulted in their recom
mendation to tho board of regents that
the room bo enlarged.
A report was circulated about the
campus yeHtertay afternoon that L.
R. Hlanchnrd had announced his can
didacy for the presidency of the sopho
more class. Much excitement was
manifested among the sophomores on
hearing that class politics was open
ing at such an early da to and an im
mediate search was made for Blanch
ard to confirm the report, but he was
not to bo found. Just who is backing
Blnnchnid Is not known. Sevornl
sophomores, however, assert that
Blanchnrd announced his Intention of
running several times in their pres
ence. This is the first sign of any
political activity on the part of the
sophomore clnss and comes at a little
oarllor date than usual.
Professor Lawrence Bruner has re
turned homo from Washington, D. C,
whore he visited with his daughtor
Psyche and her husbnnd, Harry Scott
Smith. Mr. Smith is a former univer
sity graduate, who haB been taking
rapid strides since leaving college. Ho
rocently received a most important
appointment from the government,
placing him in charge of the experi
ment Htatlon near Melrose Highlands,
close Into Boston, where tho "gipsy
moth" investigation is being conduct
ed. Imported from the old country,
the moth has been doing great de
struction in tho Now England states
in recent years. An appropriation of
$250,000 has been made by the govern
ment for the investigation of the sub
ject. Before locating in the east, Mr.
Smith was enguged in an investigation
of the boll weevil in the south.
The Iowa seniors will play "Tho
Taming of the Shrew" this spring.
AJvnrtiBement8 for the want ad
column should be left at tho business
ofllep, basement Administration Bldg.,
betweon 10 a m. and 12 m., or be
tween 2 p. m. and 5 p. m.
'Cash must accompany all orders for
want ado, at tho rate of 10 cents ..per
Insertion for every fifteen words or
fraction thereof for -the first inser
tion; three Insertions 25 cents; five'
'insertions 40 cents. c
Cornell rocently defeated Pennsyl
vania in a hockey tournament.
V r O J fJT
Subscribe n6u' foWnekt ;
the rest of this semester
NOW TILL JUNE 1
Room 7, Administration Building
Tho Indiana State D-alry association
is In session at Purdue.
Due bill for salo on an up-to-date
tailor, at 25 per cent discount. See
Nobrasknn manager. C3dh-tf
FOUND Ladles' small silver watch.
Call at Nebraskan office nnd pay for
Found A grey cravenetto. Owner
may havo same by calling at L. 301,
and paying for ad. GC-lf-30
The Amherst and the ChfcagoGlee
and Mandolin clubs may give a Joint
concert In Chicago In March.
Two hundred now lockors have been
installed In the Cornell gym.
The Syracuse annual, tho Ononda,
gan, will be sent this year to tho load
ing high schools and academies all
over the country. -
Kirk will coach the Iowa baseball
team this- spring.
Five students, three women and two
men, were recently elected In the
Junior college, council at Chicago.
Riven Dv a
Cluett Shirt is only
equalled by the ease
and comfort with
which it ispiit on and
off "Jjke a coat."
$1.50 and more
CLUETT. PEADODY & CO.. Troy. N. Y.
Makers of Arrow Collar
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