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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1902)
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The Daily Nebraskan
A newspaper derotcd to the Interests
( the Utaiveralty of Nobraaka.
Published at tho
Unlvcrnlty of Nebraska.
A consolidation of
THE HESPERIAN, Vol. XXXI.
THE NEBRASKAN. Vol. XII.
THE SCARLET & CREAM, Vol IV.
Entered at the postofllco at Lincoln,
Neb., as second class mail matter .
Bubscrlptle Price f 2.00 er rear.
Managing Editor Robert T. Hill.
News Editor John F. Tobln.
Advertising Manager P. P. Duffy.
Postofllco Address, Station A, Box 13.
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MAICK YOl'U I'USN
DEG13MU1CR 'A I, lOOti
JANUARY 1 a mi, 'J lOOU
The following Is the convocation pro
gram for the rest of the week:
Thursday Prof. Caldwell, "Venezu
Friday Messiah. (There will be no
10:30 classes Friday.
W. C. Smith, county superintendent
of Cass county, was in the city yester
day making arrangements for the re
ceptlon of Cass county'a teachers at
the association. Mr. Smith Is a grad
uato of wVleyan, but took post worV
at the university-
f rat-llackman War
The war of tho fratirnlttlro vs the
ha kmen Is being actively carried on,
and the probabilities are that unlCBs
tho latter back down find establish a
more reasonable rate heronf'er street
tars will be used Instead of hacks. The
fraternity men. "In congress assem
bled" have united nnd mad this declaration-
Either tho hackrrnn must
establish a rate of $1 fit) for all "lasses
of vehicles or Iolo the custom of fra
ternity people The loclarntlon has
boon circulated among tho different
frateinltles. and th" indl ldunl moni
tors have for tho most pait signed It.
If the hncKmen si.bmlt to the pioposl
tlon. all is well, If thoy do not they will
be much the 1 sei by Ui"Ii jut'nn. for
all Ikii k engp.gerient" mace for Friday
night will bo cnncelled A: ran p. inents
made with the Traction company are
so satisfactory that it will be eisy to
stand by the position taken rp A sufh
( lent number if c.rs will l)e engaged to
ao ornirodale the crow.l, and thev will
bo lc pt in waiting unl'l th .lance is;
over. Theie will be a car for every )ne
In the city, and all will be aide to go
within a short distance of tnolr des
tination, and at a very leasonable rate
While the hick corr panics are not
charging above the rate allowed by law
nevertheless they are liiarlng what Is
generally considered a very exorbitant
rate, and one most unfair to the stu
Jonts. Thc'r action Is supposed to be
duo to tho fact that tho legislature
meets this winter, and the students are
to be made to suffer along with the
lawmakers It Is extremely doubtful
that the hackmen will back down and
university men must be ready to de
fend their action to the last. If every
one stands by tho agreement it will be
a success. If they do not, it will bo a
dismal failure. Much depends upon
how matters turn out Friday night, for
If tho men fall to hold together their
opponents will hav-e already won.
cHOJWE FOR OTSTMAS
f fHMKSBSMHBHlBI PEKHAPS Vou
S M&hUKbAmL3hShQR spend your vacation
Kf tRcB at nome- Doubtless you
? BBm "kS w'" nec'd a cw "extras"
w fiSflfifflfifcWSB before you go. Let us re-
5 Ife9 m E9 mind you that we arc prc-
HJjv f H&fl Pare(l to serv you with
c RiHk l "v:1 ' " .dmwk all that is new in
f iBHKSflfl Men's Furnishings yes,
C. M9BI9hIII0DI!QH anc Good Clothes, too.
HflHJDHfeBfl Call on us before going
C We wish you a Merry Christinas, a pleasant visit and safe leturn.
Mrs. Professor Aylesworth Is well
again after a seven weeks' illness with
Fred ueweese, class of '02, and Allen
Sedgwick, both Phi PsI's are attending
Columbia University this year. Neithor
of the boys will spend his vacation
During vacation, tho library will be
open from 9 a. m. until 5 p.- m. each
day except Christmas. The door will
probably be open on New Year's day
for the benefit of visiting teacheis.
In some way or other a statement
appeared in a recent Issue of the paper
to the effect that a certain party had
offered the besb work In English Jl un
der Professor Fogg.' However, no offi
cial statement was made to this effect.
The Phi Gamma Deltas gave a danc
ing party at Walsh hall last evening.
The decorations were pretty and light
rotreshments served during tho even
ing. The'gentlemen dispensed with the
use of city haeks In getting their com
pany to the scene of festivity.
A paper by Dr. G. E Condra has ap
peared in the first pages of the Geolo
gh,ts' Journal on the coal measures of
Nebraska. Some fifteen or twenty
pages of text are devoted to subscrip
tions, accompanied by nine or ten
plates, sme sixty or seventy '1l'i'c.
Mr. Aahlin is having borue charts
made by Mr. Cornell, the university
photographer. These charts will Illus
trate the various kinds and growth ot
orn and Its respectlv vnlues. Mr. Ash
tln Is going to make a tour of tho
tate, lecturing to the farmers.' Institutes.
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GO .TO A BOOK STORE
Gibson's Social Ladder $5.00
Wensel's Passing Show 4.25
Gibb's American Sea Fights 10,00
Christy's American Girl Calendar 2.50
Tobacco in Song and Story 1.25
Bath Robes and Bachelors 1.25
Riley's An Old Sweetheart of Mine, illustrated by Howard
Chandler Christy -. 1.60
Riley's Child Rhymes 1.00
Riley's Farm Rhymes 1.00
Riley's Book, Joyous Children 1.20
Shakespeare's Works, large print edition w . 1.00
Shakespeare's Works, 12 vols., half Morocco 12.00
Longfellow's Poems, free calf 3.85
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Dickens' Works, 15 vols, buckram, fully illustrated 15.00
Thackeray's Works, 10 vols, buckram illustrated 10 00
Scott's Works, 25 vols., silk cloth stamped with crest, gilt
top 1 8. 09
Scott's Wors, 12 vols., cloth 8.00
Hugo's Works, 10 vols., buckram, illustrated 10.00
Dumas' Works, 15 vols., buckram, illustrated 15.00
Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, buckram,
illustrated , 5.00
Dicken's Work's, Temple E Jition, 40 vols. , full flexible leather
161110, colored fronticepiece 24.00
"U of N. " Pennant Calendars .25
Engagement Calendars ' . . . . 1.00
Porter Calendars 1.00
American Girl Calendars 2.00
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