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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1904)
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A consolidation of
Tho Hwporlivn, Vol. M, Tho Nalirnakan, Vol, II
Scarlot anil Cream, Vol. 4.
WILLITS TO SPEAK.
Noted Orator at Oliver Theatre
' Published dnlly, oxcopt Sundny and Monday,
at tho Unlvorlty of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nb,
by tho llosporlnn Publlnhing Co.,
Uoaiid Op DrnKOTOiw
Profo8ora J. I. Wyor, nnd O. IU Rloliardii
II. P. Lcavltt
John TVentovor E. It. Walton.
Panl A. Ewlng
A. O. Sohrolber
Walter B. Standovea
Athloilo .... Fred A. Sweoley
Local ... D. P. DoTonng
Sooloty MIha Minnie Oilier
Lltorary Mlsa LotaSiotUr
Editorial Rooms and Btwlneea OfflcoU 311$
Poet Offloe Station A. Lincoln, Nebr.
Snbsorlptlon Prlco, 2 por yoar, In adrano
Kntored at tlo postofllco at Lincoln, Nob.,
m socond-o'iusa moll mnttor undor tho act of
congrcxa of March 0, 1870.
, Indlvldnal notlcoa will bo ohnrgod for at the
rato of 10 ccnte for onoh lnsortlon. Faculty,
dopnrtmontal and uniYornlty ballotlns wlU
gladly be pnbllnhed f rco, as heretofore
TIIK ruOCKi.VI. SON.
"Theio Is considerable talk about re
Mimlng athletic relations with Ncl ras
Ua. Many who Haw the Nebraka
Haskell irami) feel sure that Kansas
could hao won from Nebraska If tho
Jayhawkers had only bad tho oppor
tunity. However, i el-u Ions should
never bo icBiimed on hiuh a presump
tion n9 that If they are to ho lesumed
When Nebraska abides by mles of
eligibility and whrn such profession
als i'i Bonder are thrown out, the i
Kansan should resume relationi with
the Nebraskans. It would doubtless
be to tho best Interests of both schools
and while each can lir without the
other at tho Bamo time, it lo kh as if
homo agreement might bo i cached
v. hereby relations would bo it-oumed.
There wa.'i a day when Nebraska and
Kansas were good friends and they
are now In everything but athletics."
This Is Trom The Knns-an
It Is to laugh!
Hr. A. A. Willits, who has been for
half a. umtury In the front rank of
MJlpIt orators and lecturers, will ad
dress tho men's meeting at the Oliver
next Sunday at 4 p. m. Dr. Willits has
traveled o'.cr this country from coast
to coast. When Heechor, Phillips and
(lough were on the platform, the name
of Dr. Willits was .ommon in the
same ( onnectlon.
Sam .Jones sa. of him. "Dr. Wil
lits Is a sunbeam by daylight and an
arc light by night. " Dr. V. DeWltt
Talmage, ntter hearing him said: "We
all came away filled with good humor,
and a resolution to more highly ap
plet late our homes. Long live
Wllllta, the ent-rta! ling lecturer,
The press all oer the country
been enthusiastic In its praise for
Although an old man, Dr. Willits ?
bt ill young in spirit, and n.s vigorous
in thought and action as he has ever
been He bus uo or missed a date
through physical Illness.
Miss Vera Upto.i will render several
foIos The doois of the theatre will
be open at I!: 30 p m Seats free. All
H. II. Abry, who was an electrical
engineering student here in '00, died
recently of typhoid fever at Pittsburg.
The American Balanced Valve Co.
hao ordered two models of their valve
sent to tho Mechanical Engineering
department from their exhibit at the
St. I on Is exposition.
I. inn M. Huntington, oh 11 engineei
lng, '01, who has been with the engi
neers on the Panama canal since last
July, writes that ho is in charge of a
topography party His party consists
ol one other white man and a num
ber of negtoes-and Is organized as an
ii'Htrument party and two cutting
A recent letter from tae oflhe of the
engineer ol maintenance of way of the
Hock Island announces (hutF. E. Wat
son has been promoted to the position
of illusion engineer of the Panhandle
division of that road. Mr. Watson
was formerly a student of civil engl
neeilng in this university.
READING ABOUT CLOTHES
is not like seeing them and trying them on. Kvcry
young man will appreciate "Kensington" clothes be
cause they lit right we insist on it.
It's true, they cost a little more, but they
not to be compared with the ordinary kinds.
Suits, $15, $18, $20, $22.50 and $25
O'Coats, $15, $18, $20 and up to $35
The best of clothes in all the popular colors.
Magee & Deemer
Shoes Made to Order
NULL & McCOY,
1529 O Stroot
Gbe fraternity aSiilioino
Corner 13th and N Street
Vanlkncr Si Hhnrp, I'ropa.
Special Rates for Fraternity Dancei.
Telephones: Automatic 1974, Bell 974,
Rc(idc0cc, Automatic 1587, Bell 637
Lindsttfs Cigar Sion
CARRIES MAGAZINES AND PIPES
The editorial in yesteidaK Nebias-
kan with referoneo to the posting of
a notice of withdrawal of a student
from tho university conveys the idea
that this action Is tho regular course
In such cases. Upon inquiry we are In
formed that this Is not tho customary
rule. Other roasona in addition to
tlioso glVon on tho noLico nre respon
sible for Its being publicly posted.
Soveral students have beon requested
to -Withdraw on accouut of serious de
linquency In work,' but they wero dis
Hinds, Noo.e &. ICldrldge, New
York, have j.is-t published a new edi
tion of sings called "The Most Popu
lar College Songs." The edition con
tains the best of the songs fou'id
in beveral of their other publications.
The songs in this edition aie carefully
selected, and are especially adapted for
male voices. They are typical college
songs, neadj all of which are old ones,
but partially forgotten by the present
generation of college students. The
edition is in paper covefs; afwTs'iMlH for
Miss Subun Barnheart returned Wed
nesday from Omaha, where she was
called on some Important school mat
Zry Lindsty's mixture
OP SMOKING TOBACCO
JJ8 North JJth St. LINCOLN, NEB
ROSS ELECTRIC CO. :
122 No. Mth
Phone 37 f.
lectrlc Suppllti, Window Ughtbit, Electric Slgm,
Cm, Electric and Combination FUtoiw. Drnamoi
",dMoto"-- House and Store Wiring
All klnde of Elcr tor Repair, LINCOLN, NEB
T. J. THORPE CO.
All Kindt ol Repairs
Locksmiths and Platers
309 So. II th LINCOLN
Bell Phone 3 5 Automatic 30 1 V
Elliott's Suitorluin, cioamng, djroing
and repairing. Prices reasonable! 113i
O street. Both phones.
Special attention to -waAcli a.id jew
nlrv ronairinc. B. Fleming. 1211 O
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Tram Your Lamps
on those cloggy straight brim light colorecl
knock-about hats in olir show window- the
kind that are leather belted.
You'd Swear they were Stetson $5 Hats
Books That Are Read
"from hlver to kiver" and just the list from which to select the one to
suit a friend.
Amos Judd, by J. A. Mitchejl, ?1.20.
Beverly of Graustark, by George Barr- McCutchoon, $1.20.
vThe Betrayal, by E. Phillip Openhelm, $1.20.
vBykthe King's Command, by Reginald Drew, $1.20.
Camp Venture, by George Cary Eggleston, $1.20.
Tho Farm oflhe Dagger, by E. Phlll-potts, $1.20.
A Gingham Robc, by Alice Woods Ullman,$1.20.
Hearts In Exile, by John Oxenham, $1.20.
In the Bishop's Carriage, by Miriam Mlchelson, $1 20. -Jewel,
by Clara Louise Biirnhanj-$1.20.
Johnnie, by E. O. Laughlln, $1.2i.
Careers for the Coming Men, by Whitelaw Reid, C. T. Brady anC
The Cost, by David Graham Phillips, 11.20.
Dr. Luke of Labrador, by Norman Doincan, $1.20.
From tho duffs of Croaghaun, by Robert Cromle, $1.20.
The Revelation of Herself, by Mary Farley Sanborn, $1.20.
The Right Princess, by C1- '- ".n.. tit20.
Three Weeks In Europe, ry John U. Hlgginbotham, $1.20.
Katherine's Sheaves, by M o.s.e cmc.dun, $1.05.
A Ladder of Swords, by Gi Qicrt Parker, $1.20.
The Law of tho Lands, by Emerson Hough, $1.20.
The Letter D, by Grace D. Litchfield, $1.20.
The Lure O'Gold, by Ballov "'iliad. S1.20.
The Man on the Box, by Harold MacGrath, $1.20.
Nancy's Country ChrlBtmns, by Eleanor Hoyt, $1.20.
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