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THE DAILY NKBRASKAN.
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
k Bnripapor deTotad to tbe lntareata of iha
University of Nabru ska.
Published at 19 .... m HtU 8t., by
THE HEBPB :1AN PUB. CO.
t, Vf. Crabta . President
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H. W. Harbor,
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II T. Hill.
V.c. Hntlo. H. A. MrNown. II O. NoNon.
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bloh they are expected to appear
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Address all communications to the Daily Na
braakan, 134 N. Utk Bt.. Lincoln. Nebtaa
Kntorod lit the post ofllro at Lincoln, Nub.
11H soooiul class mull mutter
Tho fake report of an eastern trip
ror tho Isobraska foot ball team has
been grasped as readily by some of
tho papers of the east as was done by
our frionds across tho Muddy, though
perhaps without so much of that
characteristic "yellow" thrown In.
One of the instructors passing
through the main hall yesterday while
Bomo of tho students wero discussing
tho raco quostlon remarked that ho
waB forolbly romlndod of former days
In South Dakota when one would
orten hear a pack of coyotes and
would think from the sound that
thero wore twonty but upon closer
examination there would only bo
Tomorrow's edition of tho Dally
Nobraskan will bo a special Issue
dovotcd to electrical engineering and
will bo under tho supervision of that
department. Tho paper will contain
eight pagos of matter finely illustrat
ed with hair tones and cuts on a high
duality of papor. A complete ac
count will bo given of tho work
dono lo tho department as well as in
teresting ropjrts or graduates and
formor students of the dopartmont.
The students or tho electrical en
gineering department aro to bo cca
gratulatod for tiio onterpiiio which
The Installment Tailor
115 North 11th.
aro showing in tholr attempt to give
to tho public a practical demonstra
tion of what they aro ablo to do.
The electrical display which will bo
given In tho armory tonight Is tho
result of considerable work and It
will doubtless be appreciated.
It Is rather strango that so many
students persist in leaving their
coats and overcoats hanging in tho
hallways of tho diiTerent buildings
whon thero is a check room where
thoy may bo loft with security. It
will perhaps requlro tho loss of some
thing in this lino to causo tho stu
dents to roallzo tho danger of looting
wearing apparel in places where
strangers may at any tlmo go and
help themselves. It is truo that the
university lias been very free from
petty thieving of lato yot it might
1)0 woll to lock the door before the
horso Is stolen.
AMMTIOUh POKTO IUCANS.
Somo very interesting inoldents
occurod in tho lire of Prof. Brum
1 augh. during tho time ho spont In
Porto Rico as United .States Com
missioner of Education. I n speaking of
tho great anxiety of the Porto Ricans
to secure an education, he mention
ed an instance f a Mr. Martinez, a
baker, in the town of llumucoa. who
walked forty miles to sec tho Com
missioner. Tho baker stated to Dr.
Brumbaugh that lie was ablo to savo
$25 a month from his Industry, and
wanted to know if that fund would
bo sufilcient for his two sons to come
to tho United States to bo educated.
Tho Commissioner having numerous
friends throughout the United States,
negotiated with soveral, and finally
tho Perklomen Seminary, at Penns
burg, agreed to tako both boys.
Thev aro now there, and tho
president as Just reported that thoy
aro doing exceedingly well, and that
the father is very prompt and faithful
in sending tho montly allowanco of
Ho relates anothor story of a boy,
ago 18, who entered the U. S. army In
Porto Rico, who after serving a full
term, was honorably discharged.
Whllo In tho army, tho ooy attencicd
night fohool in San .loan, where ho
studied English and Unitod States,
history, and made up his mind that
it was his duty to become an educat
ed mm, in order to return to Porto
Rico, to teach his people to live bot
tor. This poor boy lad nothing in
tho world but a cow, which ho had
loan d oit whllo ho S3rved in tho
army. At tho advise oDr. Mruru
baugh ho sold tho cow, and with his
fBiislance secured free transportation
to tho United States, and a freo
course at the Moody Blblo Instltuto,
at Nortlitiold, Mass., whore hols now
studying in order to servo the higher
interests of his country.
Most or tho 246 students who wero
sent iSorth. are being educated
without cost to themselves, and
only 45 of them arc supported at tho
wr.nr.ea .f f.lm tnnllAMol ....n-r.
iiiuiiu. iiiu uuiuuu uuimuo una uunuu
rv...nr .I'l. ITnlrn1 KltnTfa I n a nlfnn
40 at tho Carlisle Indian School and
the icmainaer havo been distribut
ed among numerous schools through
out the United States, In most of
whloh personal friends of Dr. Brum
baugh aro now taking caro of his
The inspection of our
shoes costs you nothing.
If you buy a
Patent Kid Welt, Kid Top,
Patent Kid Turn, Cloth Top,
It will cost you $.'3.50.
PERKINS & SHELDON,
1129 0 STREET.
Tenth and Pa-iflc Streets,
BOYD BUILDING, 17TII AND HARNEY STREETS, 0M4IIA, NEBRASKA.
NiviHi iir apLlaKaa29l
Sectional view of actual Business
and Banking Department.
Eudorsed by high school principals, leading business men and oflicial
csurt reporters. Absolutely thorough. The finest and most thoroughly
equipped institution in the West, 84,(100 invested in standard typewriters.
3,500 Banking and other llxturos placed in actualjbnsine8s department. Ele
gant roll-top desks ordered for Commercial Department. Another floor has
oeen leased that all raav bo acoommndiit.l. Kitimt.inria nm.,m,i ..
A. C. ONG, A.
Write for elegant
The College offers a graded
eoursc extending over four
The ndvuntages and re
quirements of the college aro
fully up to the requirements
of the present timeB, nnd the
conditions laid down by the
association of American Modl
cnl Colleges, of which this
college is member. For in
Established Nine Years.
A School Without a Superior.
Employs tho Ablest Teachers.
Actual Buslnoss from tho Blurt.
Ab it is practiced.
Tho Touch Method.
Graham and Grogg Systems.
Practical and thorough.
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M., LLB. Pres.
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