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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1904)
ttbe JDatls IRebrasltan
Cft'e Dap ntbraskan
A consolidation of
TJjo Henpcrliui, Vol. ni. The Nebriwknn, Vol, 10
Scnrlot nncl Cream, Vol. 4.
' Pnbllihcd dally, except Bunday and Monday,
At tho Unlvornlty of Nebnuikn, Lincoln, Nob
by tho Hepflrin Publishing Co.,
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Panl A. Ewinr
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Bntorod at tho postofllco at Lincoln, Neb.,
as neoond-oluM mall matter under the act of
rongrcaaof March 3, 1870.
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, Individual notice will bo charxed for at the
rate of 10 oonta for oaoh liwortion. Faculty,
dopartmental and university bulletins will
gladly be published f rco, aH horotofore.
Not enough men nro showing up jit
basket bnll practice Tuesday everting
not enough to worm four teams were
out, and too many were on 'uand for
all to be given a long Jry . If a few
more men show up the chapel room
will be opened and everybody can be
In the game. Bructicc Tuesday night
was good at flist, but slowed up and
was listless later on There Is good
material showing up, but there is much
more, good material that is not getting
out. To beat last years' recoru anu
to win all the games that will be
scheduled ail the available basket ball
material In school should turn out for
practice. Tho chapel will be opened
tills afternoon If enough men report to
mako four teams. Practice at 1 p. m.
Tomorrow afternoon the Iowa team
Is expected to arrive In Lincoln. For
several years an Intense rivalry has
existed between the Hawkeyes and tho
Cornhubkers, which has occasionally
resulted In a lack of courtesy and hos
pitality to tho teams of either univer
sity while visiting the other. Tho No-
Because it is superior to that found in other
stores at the same price because itniets the most
exacting requirements of men whjeKnow what con
stitutes high class clothing because it fits and looks
as well as the products ofthe best custom tailors.
Goodness is stamped all over our Suits
and Overptfats at $10, $12.50 and $15
Turn or! the searchlights of investigation, you
will nojxfind any skimping or inferior tailoring.
Our $18, $20, $22.50 and $25
lines of Suitsalid Overcoats show unmistakable signs of pains
taking effop-toy weaver, cutter and tailor. You will look in vain
for a single imperfection in these garments and the immensity of
the assortment affords you greatest possible scope for selection.
Armstrong Clothing: Co.
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS
Dr. Andrews Chosen President of
Word has been received at the uni
versity that at the meeting of the as
sociation of presidents of agricultural
colleges and state universities which
has been held In nes .vlolnes t Is week,
Chancellor Andrews was chosen presi
dent of the association, i no nonor Is
no inconsiderable one. In as much as
tho association is one ol the most In
fluential educational organizations in
,pther ofllceis were:
VWo presidents William 1. Prathor
of the University of Texas, and United
States Commissioner of Education
William T. Harris.
Secretary and treasurer President
C.eorge T fallows of the Unlveislty
The next place of meeting will prob
ably be Washington, D. C Members of
tho association expressed sentiment
that thoro might profitably !ea closer
union between o.e state university as
sociation and mat ot tho agricultural
Debating Club Meeting.
The students debating club will meet
in Union hall next Saturday evening
to discuss the following polltcial ques
tion. "Resolved, That the United
States should make a formal pledge to
the Filipinos asserting that it will
eventually grant them independence on
terms similar to those granted the
Cubans." The question in substance
Is taken from the letter of acceptance
of Judge Parker and concurs In his
views. The opposing sides in the argu
ment are given to adherents of the dif
ferent political faiths, and it prom
ises to be a straight partisan discus
sion. The prosperous condition i tho
club Is a source of much satisfaction to
the members who have by labored ef
forts roared it to its present state of
interest, and this question chosen at
the present timo will probably aid ma
terially as a drawing card.
Shoes Made to Order
NULL & mcCOY,
1320 O Stroot
HOMESEEKERS ROUND TRIP
There- are thousands of acres of
valuable Farm and Mineral Lands In
the west that can be had for a song.
Why not go west, select a home, and
enjoy' tho prosperity and good fortune
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Homely Bald Spots Cannot he .Cured
But a Homely Hat sure thing I will write the
prescription and fill it for $2.50.
BUDD, at the $2.50 HAT STORE
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and contentment which the West af- ' ninOltllY MIIT VQIY1
fonlHyou. The vast territory on the J IMIU ll 1 IK
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braskan holioves this spirit is not
strongly in evidence this year, but in
order to fully demonstrate the fact, a
large crowd should he on hand at tne
depot to welcome tho Iowans to the
university. While we Intend to defeat
them in the game, their visit in Lin
coln should bo one they will remember
with pleasure iu tho futuro. Ne
braska has maue many good friends
by her hospitality here is a chance to
college 'educators' association, and
steps may be taken for such a union.
Pyrography Material Hand Mirrors,
Collar and Cuff Boxes, Photograph
Boxes, Pipe Racks. Wall Pockets,
Match Safes. Burned Leather Novel
ties at tho Lincoln Book Store.
Rent a Remington at student rate
and keep your notes In good form.
Office Cornor of Oliver Theater Bldg.
Union Shining Parlors. Shine,
Chairs for ladles. 1018 O street.
ROSS P. CURTICE CO.
U25 O Street
We must pay tho penalty of
our success as the leading piano
house of NebrasKa.
The price of this Is the
Discontinuance of Our Art
'1 he space wo must have is
now taken up wTlh pictures,
We will thereforo conduct a
Union Pacific ami connecting lines iB
a country of wonderful resources. The '
Hpmeseekers' rates offered by- the-f t -
UNION PACIFIC afford you opportun
ity of visiting t .e West and satisfying
yourself. ONE FARE PLUS $2.00 for
tho round trip to Idaho, Oregon, Wash
ington and Montana on November 15th
and to points in Nebraska, Kansas,
Colorado. Wyoming and Utah, on No
vember 15th, and December 6th and
20th. Inquire of E. B. Slosson, Gen
Frank E. Loe. Public Stenographer
and Notary. Miioographlp letters;
perfect imitation. 501-502 Richards
Blk. Auto 1155. i
Erie B. Woodward, M. D., diseases
of eye, ear and tiirpat. 207-8 Richards
block. Phone C6G.'
Elliott's Stiitorlum, cleaning, dyeing
arid ropalrlng, PrlceB reasonable. 1136
O street. Both phones.
$5.00 Meal Ticket $4.00.
meal. Good Health Cafe.
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 18th.
At Groally Reduced Prices of
And continue same until all is
sold. ' Xmas will soon be hero.
Savo money by buying now.
This Is a bonafldo sale of sea
sonable goods. Wo are posi
tively going opt of the art busi
ness. Don i misunderstand us, we
aro not going out of tho piano or
music business; on tho other
hand we are going -to greatly
enlarge and Increase It. We will
lay anything you want away un
til Xmas, If desired.
Visitors welcome. Como early
and get first cholco while tho
lines aro unbroken.
: ROSS P.. CURTICE CO.
J U25 O. Street
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