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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1905)
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tbe Daily Jltbraskan
MAGEE & DEEMER
A connolldiitlon of
Tlio Hiorlat, Vol. Ill, Tho NnbraHlmn, Vol, 10
Scarlet nnd Cronm, Vol. 4.
PuullHhcd clnlly, except Snndny nnd Monday,
at I hi! Unlvirnlty of NcbnisUn, Lincoln, Nob.
by tbu Hupciinn PubllnhiiiR Co.,
IJo An i) Or UiriECTonH
ProfiwHorw J. I. Wyr, nnd C It. IMchnrdH:
II. P. Lciivltt
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Frod A. Swixiloy
D. P. DoYomiK
A. U. Sohrolbor
AkM. Atlilotl It A. VnnOrwlol
Sooct. MIih Minnie Hlllor
II. H. Mui'H A F. MiiKdnir.. Htuto Farm
IfclHoriul Hooiiih nnd Biwlnecn Offlco I) 2I11S
Post Office Station A. Lincoln, Nobr.
Subscription Price, $2 per yenr, in udvnnco
RnN'rwl nt the postoftlcc nt Lincoln, Neb ,
nn scconrt-eliiHH mill I mutter under the act of
cohosh of Murch II, INTO.
Indivldvuil not lei will be ehniKed for nt the
rate of 10 centu for enolt insertion. Kacultv,
departmental and university bulletins will
Kindly bo published free, as heretofore
I'iiIchn we n ro iiotlllnd to tl lucent lime
tho pnpor for tlm notiond om'Htcr, wo
wilt continue to noiid It to nil pronont
HubHcrlborn iliirliiR tlio ront of tho school
yunr. MuImrrlborH uro eurnntly roquoHUiil
to co-opcrnte with in In tills matter, and
ir the paper Is not lelrcil for tlio next
41'iiiostcr, to kindly notify tlio iiianaco
iiient. 'I'eleplionc Auto 15H: ulglit
liotie. Auto liiKU. OHIce, fill. Hall.
Kooiii :;ifl. ki'ciiiiiI floor.
Out of mcr one hundred dollars
whiili tin Junior ( lass lias had to stand
to pay lor tlio tun that had in
lir.niiiitf tin' raps of '07, 'all hut about
twenty-livo dollais lias boon lolleited.
The committee holding the sack Is con
siderably relieved for the more nearly
full this particular sack heroines, the
lighter it seems. However, there is yet
tho sum of twenty-live dollars to he
raised, and 'Ofi must not think that her
fun is entirely paid lor. This last
portion of the debt will be raised, soon,
...A Great Sale of Men's High Grade Overcoats,,,
The mildness of the early season leaves our
G'Coat stock unusually heavy. It is therefore
imperative that prices be reduced correspond
ingly low in order to move a greater number
of coats than usual in a short space of time.
We call especial attention to the fine coats
heretofore selling at from $20 to $35, of which
we show good assortments and the prices are
ridiculously low, as follows:
$35 and $30 Coats . $22.50
$27.50 and $25 Coats . $20
$22.50 and $20 Coats . $16
$18 and $16.50 Coats $13.50
If you are interested in a coat, even for next season,
it will pay you to see and examine tliesc
coats and prices.
be taken awtiy lrom the lanipus it will
In to the gient detriment of the here
tolore none too lurRe gate receipts.
The last meeting of the Prdugogii al
i !ub for the present semebiej" was hold
last ecning in V Ulli. Dr. Wollo. of
th l.inioln high si I'ool, was the
spi akor. This is prohabh the last pub
lic address of Dr. Wolfe before his de
pal turo for his new position in the
Knhersity of Montana.
His sttbjei t was "The Management of
the Lincoln High School."
The following were his chief points:
First There should be considerable
freedom of i hoice in the matter ot
Second -Hvery suhjei t should be the
equivalent of every other subject in
time required of the average pupil and
in b unfits derived.
Third The main purpose of discip
line is to secure a favorable environ
ment for intellectual and moral de-
riign priceu underwear, as well as the
cheaper kinds all kinds at great big
eat 'em up" smash prices this week.
Why, you can get a good winter union
suit for 89c.
THE $2.50 HAT STORE 1140 O
V tf xlr 1 U
without a date, and tho fair name of
I!l0( be left spotless as before.
Again the great need for a new ath
li'tie field Is emphasized. No place
teems a tillable for the season's base
ball games, unless it be the presont
Held, which is much too small. The
siheduling of baseball games has be
gun In earnest, and tho management is
confronted with a problem difficult to
solve. Baseball needs everything pos
sible in ib; favor to make it self sup
porting and if our home games have to
velonment. When the control comes
from the teacher alone there Is an en
vironment for intellectual develop
ment, only. Moral development comes
only wjien control comes from the pu
pil. Self control is a condition of mor
The main thought in discipline in
tho Lincoln hfgh school is government
by public sentiment.
Take advantage of our special sub
scription price and subscribe now for
the Daily Nebraskan. The rest of the
year only $1.00.
The Uui. School of .Music Cafe.
THERE IS NO
Witch, ClooK o- ArHclo ol Jcwtlry
TTE CANNOT REPAIR
O. A. TucRor, Jeweler
Ai O fcr-PUou. BUI 334. AuU J&34
WhoIcit and Retail
AirUroatl Phone J 707 IM O StMt
GEO. A. WILSON
Contractor and Builder
Xattmatci Pumlihcd upon Application,
lob Work Promptly Atttndd to.
245 So. loth Lincoln. Nb,
W. I). (1RANT, Manager
First Class Sen ire (iuarnntred ;it all
Kerrptions, Parties, ColuLions
ami Ranijuets. For infor
illation ring up
1218 s,r"t Autophoiie 2349
DOLLARS FOR NICKELS
FRED A. POWELL
Oliver Theatre Big., 135 H 13th Street
MANN, the Druggist
For Perfumes and
111 N llth Street LINCOLN
Whv'omnfrn1!?" Uiree d?yS from Unconwaf an agreeable change!
h- e n ii re !llor,long moMths of wlntcr weather, when you ran
leae it all and go to balmy California on a train like the
Golden State Limited
zurvcnlGnco'nKovR,ous hotei wheo'8-if
Daily via El Paso anil the Southern Pacific thronuh New Mevbn
J .""lerly jourso-qulckest way to reach the realm of Himer &
or mile is a mile away from winter. ,
v.t,FiUl,i,!lflt,1,n,)OUt this traIu 'HI other service to California
v ith booklet "The Golden State," promptly on request. '"""na,
F H- BARNES, O. R. J.
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