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Every Loyal University Student
Is Urged to Patronize these
Nebraskan Advertisers, and
to Mention the Paper
) While Doing So.
ART GOODS Ross P. Curtice.
BARBER SHOP Green's, Palace and
BICYCLES-ATHLETIC GOODS Si
dles. BOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coln Book Store, Unl. Book Store.
Brown Drug Co.
BANKS Col irniula National.
BOOKBINDL G Gillespie.
BOWLING ALLEY Crescent.
CARPENTER Geo. A. Wilson.
CIGARS Fred A. Powell, Royle &
Walker, 1 Indsay, Young.
CLOTHING Armstrong, Magee &
COAI Gregory, P. D. Smith, White
breast. CONFECTIONERY Maxwell, Lincoln
DANCING HALL Fraternity Hall.
DISEASES OF EYE, EAR & THROAT
, DRUGGISTS Steiner, Woempcncr,
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES-Ross Elec
EXPRESS Lincoln Local, Lincoln
FLORISTS Chapin Bros.
FURNITURE Rudge & Guenzel, A.
M. Dais, Hardy.
HAnERDASHERY-$2.50 Hat Store.
HARDWARE Rudge & Guenzel, F.
.1EWELERS Tucker, Fleming, Wolff.
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros.
r- LIVERY Palace.
MANDOLIN INSTRUCTION-Mrs. R.
W. Rhone. Studio, 1332 J.
MILLINERS The Famous. -
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
u.TlCIANS Dr. J. J. Davis, ..olff.
PHOTOGRAPHER Townsend, Hay
den. PIANOS Ross P. Curtice" Co.
PLUMBER Korsmeyer Co.
POOL AND BILLIARDS B. P. Pow
ell. The Ideal.
PRINTING George Bros., New Cen
tury. Ivy Press, Review Press, Grif
fin & Greer.
RESTAURANTS Westerfleld, Home
Cafe, TJriT: School of Music Cafe,
-SHOE REPAIRING Null and McCoy.
Blue Front Shop. - --
SHINING PARLOR Union Shining
STENOGRAPHER Frank E. Lee.
EUITORIUM -Wetter, Sauliup & Wood.
TAILORS Unland, Union College
"Last year at this time the classmen
that are now Sophomores were organ
ized," is just exactly the spirit which
the present Freshman class hopes to
avoid. That rushing in headlong,
hoping to vote the masses uninformed,
if they are present, or to assemble aS
few as possible whom a fac tion con
trols, which is the bane of politics to
day, is not to be tolerated by a Fresh
man class where It is not only the
privilege but the bounden duty, of
every lady and gentleman member to
vote", and that intelligently, on every
issue brought before the class.
This we intend to do without con
sulting our wholesouled friends, whose
cast-off boots we refuse to wear. We
are original. We have already done
that which no other class has. dared
tn do brave a storm of criticism.
That is, if the orphan gob of words in
the "Rag" lfi authentic.
If it might not prove Impolitic and
a Freshman In '.'our overwhelming
numbers, who has enough clasR spirit,
business and courage" to stand up for
the right, might be found, the red it
so generally bestowed upon the Sophs
for the farcial meeting of October 4
might be wrested from their grasp and
rut Into the hands of two or three
contending factions within the Fresh
We would not speak unkindly of our
classmates, but could the support of
three candidates, two of which boasted
solid high school support, be so easily
docoved bv a fake nostcr? Why did
not this unsigned placard assemble the
"greenhornB." who are not supposed
tn h fnmilinr with the customs -of
formal registrar signatures, etc.? Why
did these factions not endeavor to be
come acquainted with their fellow
classmen and discuss the authenticity
of the sheet? Dare we assume that the
Sophs should be stripped of the glory
of that meeting and allow the mantel
to fall into the Freshman class? That
would be speaking unkindly of our
Freshman brothers, and in unity there
No! I et us as beginners be fair
nnd uivp. them the benefit of the doubt.
by hoping that the two factions, who
have bad four years experience in class
aflaiiB. were innocent of any malicious
Intentions and that they were truly
I et uh hope that no Soph would be
fo cowardly as to parade In a shifting
garb, and that some poor, misguided
Junior, whose "classmates are our
friends and want us to make a show
ing" has run Into an-onen switch
and Incidentally into a' "hetrogenous
group" that expect to think for them
selves, Let us get acquainted and have a
meeting when It suits our convenience,
not the Sophs, and the Juniors will
not insist upon conducting our meet
ing. Don't be afraid to mix! The city
boys,, don't bite and wo xity baps
leallze that no better or more honest
class of fellows ever lived than those
sons of toll who hail from the farm
This article la written by a Fresh
man, not afraid to sign his name, ex
cept to avoid being accused of courting
popularity, and who assumes a irre
sponsibility for this article, assuring
you that-he is proud his name can lie
found on the roll books as
For first-class Tailoring
at low prices, see Union
College Students' Tailors
Telephone i 209 . o
Journal news route, double route a
good investment for two studentsrus
it requires two carrleis, and will about
pay the living expenses of two stu
dents. Has about 330 subs now; has
been over oGF.
It is an inside route and a short
one. Price reasonable. See Adolph
S. Herman, 1532 O St.
Smith Entrance W
CoIUg ButMlng X
Hale & Buck's Latin Grammar, 90c.
"U. of N." TabletBv 15c. The "U. of N."
Fountain Pen. 14k gold warranted. $1.
History and Seminary Papers. 7c per
100. Reversahle Note Books, 15c each.
The Lincoln Book Store.
109 N. 11 Street.
1144 O Street.
October 11, 1904.
Ono fare plus $2 for the round trip to many points In Indiana
and Ohio, and to some points In Kentucky. Good to return for 30
days. Via the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Through train service to Chicago from all points on the main
line of the Union Pacific Railroad. Routo of The Overland Limited.
Three trains daily, Omaha to Chicago.
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We expect to be appointed local agent for one of the
largest Fraternity Jewelry manufacturing concerns in the
country. Meanwhile we carry the best grade of Diamonds,
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139 oo. ism
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Crescent Bowling Alleys
1134 N STREET
atan't fc a dead one keep youncli looking nct.
the Weber Suitorium
Cleaning, Pressing, Dying, Repairing and
Refitting of Fine Clothe.
Bell 708 Automatic I708
Eindsey's Cigar Store
CARRIES MAGAZINES AND PIPES
Zry Llndsty's mixture
OF SMOKING TOBACCO
J 18 North 1 Jth St. LINCOLN, NEB
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Contractor and Builder
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245 80. 10th Lincoln. Ncb
Last year we furnished most of tho
equipment for the hattajlon such as
caps, straps, chevrons, etc. At this
time all needed articles should he
ordered. Palne's Clothing Store.
THERE IS NO
Watch, ClocK or Article ol Jewelry
WE CANNOT REPAIR
C J. Tucker, Jeueler
JJ23 O St. Phonea, Bell 634. Auto 1534
Auto 1202 Bell 147
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Expert Cleaners and Dyers
1320 N Streot
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J028 O Street LINCOLN, NEB.
Short time Loans
W Loan Money to You.
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Room 107, Ground Floor Fraternity Building
). R. BURLEIGH, Manager
6 6. Mann
JJ 7 North Eleventh
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