The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 29, 1904, Page 2, Image 2
wnipWClprty; '?- TrePKr vtvy tlbe Dails flebraeftan a -f C Dafy nebraskan. e;poke'mci( X. eonsolldntlon of Vh BMperian, Vol. 01, Tho Nohrwkan, ToL 1, Benrlot and C renin, Vol. 4. i ssar , i i n Krister Millinery Eistcr Millinery aWaWMaMMMMaWnaMaWBaWaWa I dltor-ln-Chlaf jlfulncas Manager Otamlator John D. IUo A. O. BohMlbop O. A. Bawjar ASSOCIATE EDITORS Ntwi - - - P. A. Ewlnjf Athletic - - J. D. Clark 1 Iterary - Dorothy Green Reporters D. P. DeYounjj and Mable Fouler and Raymond H. McCaw. OffloMt Editorial, U TOW: Baaineu, U tllM. Poat Oaoe, Box ID, Station A, Lincoln. Babaorlptlon Prlo, $3 per year. In dTano, BaUrad al tho postoffloo at Ltnooln, Nbrah aa eoond-olasa mail matter. Editorial Remarks While we would like to have seen the girls' team preserve their splendid past record unbroken, yet there Is Kome satisfaction to be gained from (he results of their Hip to Minneapolis. In the first plare all the technical fea tures that tend to engender bitterness or a ungenerous rivalry were entlrel lacking In both of the contests played, and tho glrlB upon their return had nothing but words of commendation to offer concerning the treatment ai (orded them The Gopher management teitalnly spared no pains to make their entertainment as pleasing and eujo ablo as possible, and its generosity Is appreciated here It Is such things ;r these that make up a true sportsman like spirit in athletics Athletic con tests are always cairied out to tli" best advantage and with the most sat isfactory results when mutual go'id feeling prevails This is a principle that c have tried to cultivate heie. and its ultimate establishment would mean so much gain for the betterment of athletics. Such conduct as was ex hibited by the management at Min nesota Is certainly worthy of emula tion, and we hope that it may bo our good fortune to entertain athletic teams fiom there In the future. .. Ribbons and Neckwear.. The ribbon soction will be one of the busiest places In the store this week always Is just before Easter. Ribbons here with all tho freshness and colorings of the new weaves and in the most fetching color schemes Imaginable. Ribbon bows are popular this spring. We make them at our ribbon section when tho ribbon Is pur chased there. It takes two yards for a bow. Ribbon In all the late novelties for these bows range in price from, yard 20c up TWO SPECIALS Saturday we sold a great raanv yards of Blinch taffeta ribbon in plaid and fancy colors worth up to 35c the yard at only 22c per yard. There Is Btill a good quantity that will be closed out at 22c ONE LOT of hair ribbons in washable taffeta and satin taffeta all colors in our 12c quality Will be on sale at, yard 8c This week will see many new things in the neck wear section. Among the neckwear which occupies a prominent place in nearly every woman's fancy are tho black spangled stocks and exquisite collars, hand somely spangled, ranging In price from 75c, $1.39, $1.75, and up to $0.00 Choicest Collection of Belts in Lincoln The headline Is tnken from several of our patrons who made just alio the new Belts. You'll likely want one for Easter wear. t the same remai ks last week about Combination Silk and Vehet Belts in blue brown and black, from $1.00 to $1.50 Embroidered Wash Belts not the ordinary kind leather detachable buckles. $2.25 and $2.50 Pretty White Belts, white kid, white suede, white Silk, 25 cents to $1.50 Gilt Belts Very Stylish. 50c, 75c and $1.00 Crush Leather Belts at 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.25 and $1.50 Your Easter Gloves are Here Our Gloe Section has made ample preparation for the Easter trade. An array of the leading makes arc to be found there ready to be fitted to your hand by expert fitters. A smart jnir of gloves is the finishing touch to the stylish Easter costume. You will find a pair to your liking in some one of the following well known makes Victoria, the pair, $1 00, Clementina. $1 25. Renown, $1.50, Adolfa, $1 87, Matador. $2.00, Courvoisler Suede, $1.50 and $2 00. Tho accumulation of material for the educational exhibit is approaching completion, and it will be but a shoit time now until t lie final thipmeut is made. Few people leallze the amount ol work and worry that it has takn to collect, classify and pack the mate rial received. Yet great pains have been taken to make our exhibit all commensurate with the means at hand, and in this those In charge hao succeeded well. flAAAJ8AaAtA2A&JWajULtJtjl THE P. D. SMITH CO. The report of the committee on col leges and high school athletics, which was adopted by the convention of the Northwestern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools at Chicago, can not fall to appeal to those who have ut heart the Interests of athletics. One of tlie great abuses for which correc tion was sought was the alluring of promising athletes from high schools by larger institutions. This practice has been carried on largely at sevoral institution, 8 until the high school au thorities have been roused to a splrlU of protest. Besides, other action taken was tho passing of a resolution that 10 man be allowed to play football un til after he has spent a year at the In stitution which he attends. This Is a step In Ihe right direction, and it would be a good thing If a rule of this kind should be established and faithfully observed in every part of the coifntry. It is certain almost beyond a doubt tnat wte can -not meet Iowa In debate. e wore laj.e in getting our schedule arranged with Washington and Kan sas, and a third contest now is alhiost an impossibility. We would be glad to meet Iowa If conditions of time and place would admit. The conditions 6f timo are especially vital. At ths heal" the debate could be held only at the beginning of examination week, when the debaters would have to be busy casting up accounts with their instructors. A debate -with Iowa Is a desirable thing, but we can not under take what lack of time forbids. Date for Competetive Drill. Captain Chase lias announced th" date of the annual competitive drill ol the Cadet battalion as Friday. May 20 This Is somewhat later than usual, a--the annual encampment will begin t h next Tuesday Last" year the t dates were arranged so that over a week Intervened in which the cadet were afforded the opportunlt to pre pare for the strenuoslty of camp lite. The first dress parade will be hel.l on the campus April 7. The men ha" already been Instructed to proh'e themselves with white duck trouseis before April 6. and battalion drill is being held almost nightly in order ti acquaint them with company and bat talion movements. The place of the encampment has not been settled yet. Captain Chase is. however, in correspondence with sev eral towns and expects to make a choice this week. Carry all the best grades of domestic coals, among whfen will find the Rex Lump at $7.25. Rock Spring, Wyoming Lump at $8.00, and the best Maitland you ever saw at 47.50. All kinds of steam coal, the best money can buy. J o jt o j j Office 1140 O. Phone 329. Yard 6 and N. Phone 37 ""OTJrervsTSTJrYBrtvrc Great Convention at Chicago. Professor Barber has returned from the convention of the Northwestern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools held at Chicago last week. Hr expresses himself well pleased with the entertainment provided. Two espe cially important papers were read, ono being by ex-Prosldent Draper -of Illi nois, and the other by President King of Oberlln. Athletics and accredited schools were discussed to considerable length. The resolutions drawn up con cerning athletics have been published In the dally papers and are attracting a great deal of attention. We will supply you with an qi. graved copper plate and 100 visiting cards in any size for $1.00 We will print 100 cards from your own plate for 75c. Tho Lincoln Book Store. LINDSEVS CIGAR STORE Up-to-Date Soda Fountain and Magazinos. 113 North 11th Street, POWELL'S BILLIARD AND POOL HALL was opened this fall with tables all newly covered, best cues and ballB, newly papered, everything up-to-date. Including customers. I. P. POWELL, 146 N lltb SL Plane flii Good Things to Eat EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN Good Old Fashioned Homo Cooking Meals Sorved a la Oarto. THE HOME CAFE 2" Sfctfft ' FORBES STABLES W. O. Forboe, Prop. 1123-32 P St. BOARDING and LIVERY Baggage nnd cab Line Oarriugra furnished for WeddlngH, Parties an Funerals. Office lift I P Street. Telephone 66a - 8L RED CROSS PHARMACY DRS. MOSSHART & STR3TTON PHYSICIANS SUPPLIES, DRUGS, at I Chemicals, Surgical Instruments. Plane 626, 1400 O SL, Lincoln, Ne i ' I for acceptable Matu. Stato If pataatad. THE PATENT RECORD. I Baltinore. If I 1(1 on price of tbo Patbht Rbqobb LM wmi m.'ii subacx The Weber Suitorium Is the up-to date place where you can get your Closing Cleaned and Pressed 'Phono 708. Northeast Cor 11th and O. , Call at 1134 O St. OR TELEPHONE 812 For all Kinds of Commercial and Society Printing Qrlffln-GroorPrintlng Co There is no watch, clock or artlde ol 4 Jewelry we cannot fix C A. TUCKER The Up-to-lhe-MJnute Jeweler PROMPT SERVICE. U23 O Street Hotel Walton J5J5 0 Street. Phone 5c6. 100 rOOnR lvot. 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