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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1914)
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STAFF WORKS ON 1914 ANNUAL
Many Spend Holidays in Preparation
of Big Senior Book Last
Chance to Get Photos.
The woik on the 1 ! 1 1 edition of (he
(.'onihiis-kT h:is h'H-n carried on dur
ing the Xnuis vacation inasmuch as
Business Manager Swift spent his va
cation soliciting advertisements Ed
Itor-in-C'hief Trimble has the book
nearly in the form in which it will be
published, and taken as a whole the
work of the staff has been so good
that it is hoped the 1914 Oornhusker
will be on sale by the first of May as
was predicted. The work so far is said
to be ahead of that done by any pre
For the benefit of those juniors and
seniors who have not had their pic
tures taken as yet: Townsend will
make these pictures up till January 24,
any time during the day. The special
Xmas rates will continue up till the
above date, which is positively the
close of the season in which these
pictures will be made. Remember,
Date of Vesper Service Changed.
The Y. W. C. A. vesper service will
SUITS, OVERCOATS, FURNISHINGS
TENDING Thursday night just three days
more. Get busy! The greatest clearance
sale we ever had. Our store is more than
doubled in size by the addition of two new departments
(Kenmor medium-priced clothing and our Boys' Dep't).
Decided reductions of from 1-5 to 1-3 are the rule in
these departments as well as everywhere else in our
store. It will certainly be worth your while to attend,
and you'll find the selection better if you come during
the early days of the sale.
occur on Thursdaj evening'at 5 o'clock
hereafter instead of on Tuesday.
Mrs. Dwight Potter, who is student
secretary in New York and New Jer
sey, will have charge of the Thursday
service She has been a missionary
in Syria Her wide experience and
delightful personality guarantee an
Will Dance at New Lindell.
The senior hop which is scheduled
for January 1G is to be the first dance
given in the New Lindell ball room.
On the 17th, the Catholic Students'
club have scheduled a dance, and this
is all that has been definitely sched
uled so far. There has been a little
trouble in making out the schedule
and it is due to this trouble that the
entire schedule cannot be published at
University Students Hear Bryan.
Secretary of State W. J. Bryan, in
troduced by his old college chum, Mr.
Talbot, spoke last Sunday afternoon
before an immense audience in the
Oliver theater on the Bubject, "The
Making of a Man." This was one of
the largests men's meetings ever held
in the Oliver and the-Interest shown
was that which only such a man as
Mr. Bryan is entitled.
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the First Time in Lincoln
in 5-reel Photo-Play at
Tues., Wed., and Thurs.
Matinees and Night.
No finer Photo-Play was ever produced
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