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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1904)
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tbt Daily Uebraskan
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A consolidation of
Tlio Honporlnn, Vol. HI, Tlio Nebroukftn, Vol, 10
Scnrlot and Crown, Vol. 4.
! Publinhcd dally, except Sunday nnd Monday,
at tlio Unlvornlty of NolirnsUn, Llnooln, Nob,
by the Ilosporlnn Publishing Co.,
Boaiid Or DiitiOTons
ProfoMom J. I. Wyor, and 0. R. Richard : --
II. P. Lcavltt
John Wcstoyer E. R. Walton.
Afla't. Ady. Manager
Paul A. Ewlng
A. O. Schrolbor
Walter B. Btandoven
Wowh - - J.OlydoMoor
Athlotlo .... Frod A. Swwiley
Ix)cal ... - D. P. DoYoung
Society MIhs Minnie Hiller
Literary - MIhh LotaStottor
Editorial Rooms and Bufllnora Office U 2llf
Poet Office Station A. Lincoln, Nebr.
Automatic J 528
Bubaorlptlon Prico, $2 por year, In advance
Entered at tho postoflloo nt Lincoln, Neb.,
m nccontl-oiuwi raall matter under the act of
contfraw of March 3, 1870.
, Indlvldnal noticed will bo charged for at tho
rate of 10 conttt for ench lnHortlon. Faculty,
departmental and unlvorHlty bulletins will
gladly be publinhcd free, on heretofore.
Our Kditor, Mr. ICwlng, and our
Athletic Editor. Mr. Sweelcy, left lust
night on tho Missouri Pacific for Kan
sas City, tho former to loot for Ne
liraaka, the latter to bring hack a com
plete arount of the game foi Tues
The Nebraskan lias been c-ipei ialh
lortunate this year .through tlio cour
tesies of the railroads, in having its
own representative at all our outside
garnet and wo have reupcd many
omplimentR on Mr. Sweeley's write
ups of the several games.
Mr Ewlng will go to St. Louis after
the game and visit the fair for a few
days. During his absence the editorial
management will be-in the hands of
the business manager.
they dress nt least slightly better than
the hired hands about the campus, who
receive from $1.50 to $2.00 per day.
Our professors arc supposed to bo
looked up to by tlio students, and we
ire taught from the kindergarten up
that 'personal neatners is one of the
Impoitant lessons to be learned in life.
How the teachings of our youth are
blasted, when we arrive at a great uni
versity, such ns our, and aro brought
fnce to face with such instructors and
ire expected to respect them and im
bibe knowledge from them.
Wo aro glad to know that this ap
plies only to a few of the members of
the faculty (it is unnecessary to men
tion names) aid that tho great mar
jorlty of our faculty present a neat
respectable apearance and are a credit
to the university.
Wo care not how brainy a man is,
whether he is a man of national repute
or not, there Is no excuse for appear
ing In the garb that some of them
do and we are confident that any one
')f the persons mentioned is able to
but a new suit at least once in two
Let them discard their time-worn,
threadbare suits and appear, for once,
on the campus dressed as they should
be -aF gentlemen.
A thing to bo deplored in connec
tion with the university is the shab
l.lness and utter disregard of appear
ance tor which half a dozen of our
most prominent Instructors are con-
GREENE AT MEETING.
Famous Lecturer at Oliver To
morrow. Word hag ben received from Sec
retnrj f the Omaha Y. M. C. A. say
ing that Dr. Thomas hi Green opened
their lecture course this week and
nade a decided hit. Dr. Green is the
peaker for the men's mats meeting at
he Oliver theater next Sunday after
loon. He has served on the lacol en
tertainient course with unusual s.n -ess,
and a bett known in his lei lures
ui "The Key f the Twentieth Cen
tury" and "Left Handed People." For
,ovcral years past Dr. Green has spent
his entire lime to lecture work and
has a; peared in all the large cities.
Vocal muf-ic by Miss H. Finley
Helms and violin by Mis. Ross Cur
tice are the special attractions in a
musical way. No man in tho univer
sity can afford to miss an hour which
may be m profitably spent.
Old Sport Proves Attractive.
Unheisity students aro becoming In
terested in the new skating rink at the
ludltorium, which as formally opened
on Wednebday .of this week. Roller
skating, although an old sport, is some.
ccasional plunge in the sanitai hint, oi
i round or two on the ho
Tell the truth abcut yourrelf a- d you are an odd character.
Tel tbejru h about others and ycu ire a dangerous character.
Tell the truth about our $2.50 Hats and you are a public benefactor.
Best Hats on Earth for the Honey.
THE $2.50 HAT STORE - 1141 O
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T T T A
Almcdt at any time of tho day can bo
seen one of these persons coming down
the sidewalk on a bicycle, which boars
the ear marks of a very ancient model,
with Its telltale wooden spokes, etc.,
wearing a suit of clothes which would
do Injustice to a tramp. We do not
exaggerate the case. Every student in
the university Is familiar with the
sight, and strangers have been heard
to remark that we seemed to have an
excess of Janitors ahenit tho campus.
Wo realize as woll as any one that
our instructors aro poorly paid, but
nono of them -ifocelve Jess than
enough, to provide comfortably for his
family and it is to be- expected that
TheAuditoriurT has been well fitted
what of a now fad in Lincoln, as there,
has heretofore been no rink in which
to skate With the opening of the iun
link, a new swans ot .entertainment
hi provided to university i-tudonts wlic
bae uj) tc this lime contented them
selves with bowling, lilhuds and an
occasional dun go in the sanitai itim, oi
a round or two on the ice.
Tho Auditorium has been well fitted
up for this arrongoment. The flooi
smoothed up and during the coining
six months will be used for roller skat
.ing exclusively, except that occasion
ally it will bemused for one of" the
larger dances of the season The man
agement has spent considorabdo cap
ital in providing tho place, and the
way in which it is managed should
appeal to university students.
No objectionable, boisterous or dis-
There is no Medium Price Underwear as good as
Wo have sold It for over a dozen years and still have to find its
equal on tho market. It Is woll sniped through all fiizeB, finished with
pntont fiat seams and generous lnp3. It is elastic ribbed conforming
to every curve of the body and yielding to every motion. It will not
hind or tear or mane an unslghly bunch in any place.
Men's Munslng Union Suits.
All cotton, fleeced, Jersey, ribbed,
pood weight, nntural gray, $1.50 a suit.
40 per cent wool, ribbed, natural
gray, $2.00 a suit.
One-fourth wool, medium heavy
weight, natural gray. $2.f0 a suit.
Wool, with a mixture of cotton,
heavy, excellent wearing, $4.50 a suit.
80 per cent wool, ribbed, natural
gray, $3.00 a suit.
Called all wool, extra heavy, excel
lent wearing, $4.50 a suit.
Heavy weight, sllkotine yarn, looks
like silk, nnd wears better, $4.50 a
Aomens Wunsing Union Suits
Egyptian cotton, fleeced, good weight, ecru nnd white, $1.00 and
$1.25 a suit.
Half wool, slayer gray, $1 50 n suit.
Usually called all wool, light weight, silver gray, $2.50 a suit.
With a slight mixture of cotton, heavy weight, $2.75 a suit.
Sllkotine, looks like silk, medium weight, light blue and flesh color,
$3.00 a suit.
Women's Munslng Wests and Pants
Cotton fleece lined, good weight, 50c each.
75 per cent wool, medium weight, bilver gray, $1.00 each.
Usually called all wool, very fine, light weight, $1 50 each.
MILLER & PAINE
Corner O and 13th Streets
F. C. ZEHRUNG & O. T. CRAWFORD, MANAGERS
Automatic Telephone J234
Monday Night, November 14
In HALL CAINE'S Splendid Novel,
" THE ETERNAL CITY
Great Cast, including Frederic DeBellville,
Frank C. Bangs, Janet Waldorf, W4 E. Bonney
Henry Harmon and thirty others.
Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50c
orderly persons will he allowed, in tho
ink, and everything will he carried
m In a respectable manner. Tho man
agement announces that they are loady
"o provide special "university nights,"
when alL hut university students will
bo excluded, if tho students wish It.
Faculty and students both agree
that meals at the School of Music cafe
aro par excellence.
Special attention to watch ad jew
elry repairing. E. Fleming, 1211 0
Rent a Remington at student rata
and keep your notes in good form.
Oflico Corner of Oliver Theater Bldg.
Seo Fleming, 1211 O street, about
your jewelry;. special attention to repairing.
Bon Bons and Venetian chocolates at
Maxwfoll's, Thirteenth and N.
Leming's Dairy for Ico Cream,
Milk and Confectionary.
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