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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
A Few Suggestions for Xmas Gifts
Why Not BUY YOUR PRESENTS Before Going Home?
A hand colored poster will make a beautiful present
Any student will be delighted with A BIG Red Memory Book.
We have a new stock of Hat Pins, Souvenir Spoons and Jewelry
that will delight you.
Look over our stock of 25c Calendars and see if you dont find
"Just the Very Thing"
SPECIAL SALE ON PENNANTS FOR THE REST OF THE
AN IDEAL GIFT A Swan Safety or a Waterman's Ideal Fountain
Pen. Whatever you buy be sure it has the quality you get at
"All that' New--All that' Bert"
318 North 11th Street
Frl., Sat., and Sat. Matinee, bee. 17-18.
THE MUSICAL DRAMATIC
GIRL FROM V. S. A.
A 8trong Story, Rich In Interest.
Night 75c io 25c; Mat.' 25c and 10c
EVERY EVENING AT 8:30
Matinees Wed. and 8at., at 2:30.
Beginning Monday Eve., Dec. 13.
The Charming Three-Act Comedy by
WJII Be Presented by
THE LYRIC C8TOCK COMPANY
Evonlngs at 8:30 15c, 25c, and 35c.
Matinees 15c and 25c
"Tho Heir of the Hoorah"
WEEK STARTINQJpECEMBER 13
CARLIN & CLARK
REYNOLDS & DONEQAN
COOk & STEVEN8
Matinee at 2:30, 15c and 25c.
Evening at 8:30, 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c.
Phones: Bell 936, Auto 1528.
Frey & Prey.
iMlss Ruth Randolph of Omuha has
pledged Alpha Chi Omega sorority.
Dr. J. It. Davis, rJentlst. 1234 O St.
.1. O. Wentworth, ex-'10 Law, whh a
campus, visitor yesterday.
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O street.
Tho Y. W.-Y. M. student directories
nre on sale on the campus today.
Chapin Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th.
The last Y. M. C. A. mid-week meet
ing before vacation will be held tonight.
Gentlemen's Pumps. Ladles' Even
ing Slippers. Beckman Bros., 1107 O.
W. F. Rainey, the Hastings college
student who qualified in the Rhodes
scholarship examinations last October,
has presented his credentials on ath
k'llcB and general standing to tho com
mittee on selection. His record la
pronounced to be excellent and the
chances of his getting tho appointmert
aro considered good.
Carl J. Wangerln, '09, is a student
at the college of law, Columbia' Uni
versity, and rooms at 115th St. and
Amsterdam Ave., New York City.
Charles E. Bullard, '02, is manager
of the Lincoln Select Dancing Acad
Mrs. Laura Whaley-Bridgland, '04,
Is teaching mathematics In the high
school at Park City, Utah.
If you want to get her something nice, artistic, exclusive and
at the same time inexpensive buy her a piece of Cloisenrie;
75c to $5.00. Everything in Christmas Gifts.
ESTABLISHED 1871 HALLETT 1143 O STREET
Pitts Dancing School
Beginners'' Class Wed. and Sat,
Advanced Class Monday
10th and O Phono 5405
i i i tmmm
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Any Suit or Overcoat
to your measure during this
L. J. HERZOG
1230 O St. Lincoln
C' FiraterXlity iaiici ,
; Sqrprity Tirajfe,
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum. 12th and O.
Chi Omega will give a Christmas
tree at tho Orthopedle hospital Thurs
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, 11-119
So. 12th street
MIbb Vlbbard's Bible class will have
a supper and Christmas entertainment
Frey & Frey, choice flowers. 1338
O St, north side "
The Y. M.. C. A. and Y. W.- C. A.
delegates to tho Rochester convention
met at the city Y. W. C. A. last night
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
The Small and Largo cabinet girls
of tho Y. W. C. A. had a Christmas
tre,e and picnic supper at tho Y. W. C.
A. rooms last night
The Monarch Pool Hall and Bowling
Alley,' 1134 N st More tables, alleys,
and patrons than any other. 52 & 53
Glasses at right prices.
Howe, Optician, 319 No. 12. B2&53
Try a, lunch at- thosY.-M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P..Sts. , - :.?
100 Engraved Calling Cards make
an oxcellont Christmas gift. George
Alice K. Rudersdorf, '08, is teach
ing English and history in the Kear
ney high school.
Leigh S. Krake, '07, is head of the
physlcB department of the high school
at Sioux FallB, S. D.
Martha Douglas, '09, Is teaching
German and English in the high school
Gus W. Peters, '09, is now in the
implement and grain business at
Dalmaclo Urtula, '09, is an assistant
inspector of engines for the Philip
pine government engineers.
Rex H. Leberman, '09, is engaged
with the Arnold Co., Big Lost River
Project, Howe, Idaho.
Miriam C. Miller, '09, is teaching in
tho State Agricultural College, Ft.
Frank L. Martin, '02, is -professor of
journalism, University ' of Missouri,
Mrs. George Ashford, ,01 formerly
Miss Catherine S. McLaughlin, is now
living at Homer.-
Arta E. Kocken,'08, is teaching her
second year In tho high ' school at
Chaunc'eTG.Hrubo'Bky; '08,is oTdiVI
slqn engineer for J.yGAWUHe &'Co., 'at
ShWrionl.irdahotlV M tft
Streets of All Nations
Under Auspices of
Urn. Y. W. C. A.
Jan. 8, igio
If you have lost or found art
icles, rooms for rent or books to
sell, advertise in the Nebraskan's
column Our rates are low and
we get results.
IT PAYS TO
I 1 NEW MODEL N9I7 I I
ttgeod nia yetnuufe. By thaomuJoaof theUledovrafeaturawelMra .
the cot of pfodudioii nd at iho um tifno have kept tho gun up to the
nchrd tf twtigtti1 mfelr and Junbility. Notice Iho clean dmplicjy ol:
Here Is the cheapest good
Deen able to ereaUy reduce the o
famotM hith ,arr,t ttnnirrl
The woebnanilup and .finith are perfect. The vekKt k only 7 pound), .Tba full cbole .
at veil aa black powder and to cicmbeted that 2.l inch oc
(hit sun, 'Iho wockmanilup and bntta are pei
2Wmch i&kU tnty'ba iwsd. TfarimptovetaenU in the operating parti make it itaeavertraWi1'
K j i f i Vo( St" 'I exBtence, We are glid to make it pooiblo (or eay (ovef of gunt. .
and bird ahoctina to get tmliish pide repeating ihot gun at q,low a price, t M?'
. Send fir ihc 77Zarn Cclclozutdnd ExbetUnce Book lo-Jau. Fneor 3 ilamt.
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