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X. uonnolldation of
Vk SMpcrian, Vol. 01, The Nobraikan, ToL U,
Bcarlel and Cream, Vol. 4.
John O. IUoe
. O. Bohrelber
O. A. Bawjer
Newi - - - P. A. EwlnK
Athletic ' - - J. D. Clark
Literary - Dorothy Grn
Reporter D. P. DeYounj; and Mable Fouler
and Raymond H. McCaw.
OAoeai Kdltorial, U KM; Burtnew, U tllM,
roat OAoe, Box 18, Station A, Lincoln.
Vabaorlption Prioe, ft per year. In avlramo.
Watered at the poatoffloo at Ltnoolo, Nebraak
aa eoond-olau mall mat tor.
Even students sometimes run counter
to the labor unions, though at the timo
thoy may not be aware of the fact. Re
ticently the Btudents at California
sought to do their Institution a service
by turning out and digging ditches and
raising paths on the campus. Thereby
they saved their University the sum of
$1,500 and had a rattling fine- time Into
(he bargain. But there now comes an
aftermath, in the shape of a protest
from angry unionists who did not ap
prove of the students' action in invad
ing their chosen field of labor. They
allege that the California boys showed
themselves unfair by doing work thnt
should have gone to Ihe union.
Since California is n ftato university,
the labor unions arj in general quite
badly exorcised over the matter, and
their newspapers have begun to inter
est themselves in the controversy.
These declare that unless the labor
unions are allowed to do such work,
trouble will be raised by those paying
taxes for the support of the University.
They, declare that they are willing to
do their share In supporting the Uni
versity, provided that It respectB their
rights as corporations are wont to do.
Thoy say that in doing what they do
for the University, they have a right
to expect In return whatever legitimate
work is done for it in their lino. The
explanation is made that there was no
money available for campus Improve
ment, and In view of the fact that much
needed improvements had to be made,
the students for want of better means,
did the work themselves. They pre
ferred not to ask for an appropriation,
as it is not likely that any could be
granted, at least Immediately. Under
such circumstances, their actions cer
tainly seem reasonable, In spite of the
Conditions are fair for the closing
of an arrangement with Iowa for de
bate, ,and in light of present procpects
Nebraska will have a chance to get
acquainted with her eastern neighbor
In forenslcs. Iowa has already debat-,
ed Minnesota this year, and had ar
rangements partly made with Wiscon
sin. But for reasons not exactly stated
Wisconsin decided not to debate, and
thus Iowa lost an Important date. Like
ourselves Iowa was given reason to
believe that negotiations for debate
could be closed with Wisconsin, but
fhe "was disappointed after fully ex
pecting that a contest would take place
A debate with Iowa will probably
crowd matters for us, but It will give
our men a chance against strong op
ponents a thing that they always de
sire. Never having met Iowa we have
had no opportunity to become person
ally acquainted with her strength in,
debate, but suffice it to say she al
ways shows jp strong.
Fifteen Etamine and Voile Suits at Half
Their Regular Price.
THIS MORNING we placed on sale 15 high-class Etamine and Voile Suits, every one
possessing an Individuality all its own and every one a Parislandesign, at Just one-half their
regular price. The suits come In champagne, pearl gray, brown, heliotrope, blue and in
black. These beautiful suits were used by the manufacturer as samples. Wo wore for
tunato enough to secure them. Because they were samples, we bought them at a very
low figure, since the manufacturer always sells these suits, which are In assorted sizes, at
an under-prlce. This is an opportunity to secure a rich new costume for Easter that few
women would miss.
$40 Suits, $20. $50 Suits, $25. $65 Suits, $32.50.
$75 Suits, $37.50. $100 Suits, $50.
WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO ATTEND OUR
MILLINERY OPENING TODAY AND SATURDAY.
Forestry is rapidly becoming an Im
portant branch in American universi
ties at the present time, and It Is open
ing up a new and extensive field to stu
dents who care to take advantage of
the opportunity offered. The setting
out of forest trees In our own state
and in other parts of the west will cre
ate a demand for men skilled in the
work, and those who have had a col
lego training In the work ought to find
a good opening. Already a call has
come from the Philippines emphaBi
Ing the need of foresters there. The
balarles range from $1200 to $2400 per
year. Actual and necessary travelling
expenses are allowed and In addltl6n
a dollar a day for subsistence. Forest
ers In the Philippines have found the
work very attractive and the condi
tions suitable. The laws protect the
Philippine timber lands (more than !,
v, -0,000 acres) from speculators.
The Oliver- Theatr
F. C ZEHRUNG, and O. T. CRAWFORD Mgn.
P'-one 354. Cof. P and J3tb
The girls' basket ball team will be
busily engaged this evening In prov
ing Its worth against some of our city
teams. In view of the closing of their
season here University people should
be Interested In the tournament
ond bo present In good numbers
to encourage their team to victory over
Its opponents. The girls have attained
a high proficiency in the game and play
it for all there Is In It. Their good
work should be appreciated, and the
proper recognition shown In the way
of substantial support. The men's team
has ceased activity for the- season and
they certainly furnish a very good sub
stitute In putting up a game full of
vigor and Interest.
"The Handsomest Theatre In the West,"
Monday, March 21, Mr. Jules Mvrry Presents
With her carefully selected company and elab
orate production in Shakespsare's classic comedy "
Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c.
Sam's Cafe. The only place In the
city to get the famouB "Little Gem
Hot Waffles." Special service fo ladles.
Earl J. Woodward, M. D., treats dis
eases of the oye. ear and throat.
Rooms 207-08 Richards block, 'Phone
1042 O Street
Lincoln Local 'Express, 11th and N.
Tel. 787. Baggage hauled.
Boston Dentists, best work and low
W. O. Forbes, Prop. 1123-31 P 8t.
BOARDING and LIVERY
Baggage' and Cab Line
CarrlnRMi furnished for Weddlnira, Parties an
Funerals. Ofllce 1181 P Street.
Shirts any stylo iqc
Cotton Undershirts 5C
Ootton Drawers g0
Handkorchiofs, 8 for g0
YULE BROS. LAUNDRY
The Weber Suitorium
b the up-to date place
where you can get yoor
Closing Cleaned and 'Pressed
'Phono 708. Northeast Cor llth and O,
For first-class Tailoring at low
prices, see Union. College Stu
dents Tailors. Telephone 1209
Union College Tailors
South Enterance College Bldg U
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