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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1905)
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Interest are solicited.
State Senators Sheldon, Epperson,
Hresee, Harsh, Neilson, Peteison, Vore
Wlialoy, Dlmey and Caciy voted against
House "Roll 1(59. Doubtless these gen
tlemen acted according to the light
Editor of tlie Dally Nebrnskan.
Sir Of late there has been almost
inilveiriHl complaint, and Justifiable
complaint, among the cadets against
the tardiness of tho military depart
ment In dismissing the battalion. The
giounds of such complaint are by no
means of recent origin, having been
prevalent at least during tho whole
time the present "generation" of cadets
has taken military work. However,
the manifest delinquency of the mili
tary department In regard to this mat
ter Is becoming of late more serious
nnd It Is thought that if the attention
of tho depnrtment is called to this evil
It will be speedily remedied.
The bugle is sounded for the com
panies to "fall In" promptly at 5
o'clock, and the recall should of right
bi sounded Irr timo so that the bat
talion may be dismissed at 5:50. How
ever, It rarely occurs that the cadets
are dismissed before 6 o'clock, and not
inlrequently the period Is lengthened
to five or even ten minutes after six
Not only Is a period of such undue
length very wearisome to the cadets,
and not only does the lateness of the
dismissal prove inconvenient to many
who have engagements at C o'clock,
but the retention of tho battalion until
this untimely hour is In violation of
the privilege of the students as laid
(U.wn by the university regulations.
The official class period is fifty min
utes. With raie exceptions every other
class In the university is dismissed
promptly at the appointed timo, but
tho military department, unique in this
as in many other rebpects, possesses
the exclusive privilege of expanding
the hour ten or fifteen minuteB.
It is for the purpose then of calling
t lie attention of the military depart
ment to this failing that I wiitc this
communication. In making this com
plaint I am sure that I voice the sen
timent of every cadet in the battalion
end no less in making the request that
the privilege of the cadets be respected
to say nothing of their good will be
ing fostered, by arranging the work of
the military department so that the re
call be sounded at such a, time that
the necessary conventionalities at
tending dismissal be completed
promptly at the close of the period.
Historical Society Favored.
The finance comimttee of the Senate
recently added $2,5(10.00 to the Histor
ical Society item In the appropriation
bill for the publication of the (Tebates
of the Nebraska Constitutional Con
vi ntion of 1871.
1. Nebraska has had four constitu
tional conventions 18G4, 180G, 1871,
1875. The first one adjourned without
framing a constitution. The second
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New Hats Exchanged for Old Coin
providing the old coin is legal tender
one hat for every $2.50,
Suit you? Sure thing!
BUDD, $2.50 Hatter, 1141 O
they had on the subject. They need
more light. The bill pasUCuT fortunate
ly, but there will bd other bill Here
i i an excellent opportunity for some
undergraduate lobbyjng, an excellent
opportunity to make some .lew friends
for the University.
C round will be broken next week
preparatory to the election of another
building within the spacious area
which our campus now comprises With
this will come the dirt, litter and trash
always attendant upon such work of
construction. Only the greatest efforts
on the pait of the students will keep
the campus in any tiling like an orderly
condition. At the present rate (if
consumption it is only a question of
months when a spot of green grass will
be cherished as a precious relic While
vo have a little of the natural left on
the campus let's take care of it.
Artistic Pennants at the Co-op.
framed our first constitution. The
third sat 47 days and framed a docu
ment which was defeated at the polls.
2. The minutes of the 1875 conven
tion are lost. We have only the jour
nal, the memoiies of members, news
paper accounts and letters from which
to reconstruct its proceedings.
:t. The minutes of 1871 are complete
every word spoken in the convention.
The same topics were discussed in 1871
as in 1875 and the constitution defeat
ed in 1871 Is the real model upon whose
lines the present constitution Is built.
The recoid of 1871 is, therefore, the
most valuable existing commentary on
our present document.
Union Shining Parlors. Shine, 5c.
Chairs for ladles. 1018 0 street.
Lincoln Locr.l Express, 1039 N Btreet.
Oyster stew 25 cents at Cameron's
new Restaurant, 119 South 12th.
White Gowns, White
Shirt Waist Suits
Every woman and every girl wants them. The only ques
tion Is one of material.
Many think that? 1 laundering is a difficulty the white
or cream Danish, cloth is best. This is part wool, washes
excellently but keeps clean and unmussed much longer
than a cotton. A stjlish pretty material at 15c a yard
Poplar cloth, which Is similar to Danish cloth, 25c a yard
The "Indian Head" muslin is a plain cotton that many
choose because it has just the right body and launders well
It looks much like a plain linen, 15c a yard.
The white linens, of course, are prime and can't be beaten
for style. They are in heavy or light weights.
Sheer linens, one yard wide at 35c, 40c, 50c GOc, 75c, $1 Of',
$1.25 to $2.50 a yard
Round thread Scotch linen, one yard wide, 35c, 40c, 5o
70c to $1.00 a yard.
IJnen sheeting is much used for suits, two yards widu.
$1.00, $1.10 and $1.20 $1.40 and $1.G0 a yard.
Iarge lines of mereieizcd materials of ricli finish, odd
checks, bars, stripes, figures, etc., are among the choicest
materials for shirt waist suits, 25c, 30c, 35c, 40c and 50c. -
Miller & Taine.
Shoes Made to Order
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Columbia - Crescent
Easy Payments, Trading, Prompt Repairing
Lyman's, 231 so. nth.
THERE IS NO
Watch, ClocK or Article ol Jewelry
WE CANNOT REPAIR
C I. Tucker, Jeweler -
JJ23 O St. Phonti, BcU 53-i, Auto 1554
Billiard and Pool Parlor
No Saloon Attached.
Tables Newly Covered.
RiL. OF LINCOLN,
DailK t NEBRASKA
146 N. Ilth St.
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world of tomorrow Why H
not k'o hand inhiml with B
the lenders of today. The I .
one that will k in yonr H
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The First National Bank
of Lincoln, Neb.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Capital $ 200,000.00
Undivided profits .. 40,000.00
S. H. Burnham, Pres.
A. J. Sawyer, Vice-President.
II. S. Freeman, Cashier.
H. B. EvanB, Asst. Cashier.
Prank Parks, Asst. Cashier.
P. It. Easterday, Auditor.
Sells none lmt the genuine
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