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ttbe Dallp TUDraeltan
Zbt Daily Ilcbtaskan
A oonaolidation of
PTho HoBporian, Vol. 1)1, Tho Nebnwkan, vol, 10
Sonrlet nnd Grown, Vol. 4.
Published dally, oxoopt Sunday nnd Monday,
at the Unlvoralty of Nobrnaka, Lincoln, Nob.
by tbo Hosporian Publishing Co .,
Boabd Of DinsdTOnfl
ProfeMOH J. I. Wyer, and O. R. Richard:
H. P. Loavltt
John Wostovor E. R. Walton.
Prod A. Bweoloy
A. O. Sohroibor
A. M Lovy
Walter E- Standoron
Athlotlo R. A. VanOrsdol
Assistant Athlotlo - H. L. Swan
Nows - H. O. Myors
flUto Farm A. P. Maffdanz
Rdltorlal Rooma and Buslnowi Office U 21 IX
Post Offtoo Station A. Lincoln, Nebr.
Automatic J 528
Subscription Prlco, 12 per year, in advance
Entered at tho poHtofflco at Lincoln, Nob.,
as Booond-olam mall matter nndor tho act of
oopgrona of March 0, 1870.
Individual notice will 1m oharRod for at tho
rate of 10 conts for each insortion. Faculty,
departmental and unlvoralty bulletins will
gladly bo published free, as heretofore.
Tllo two debating teams which will
attempt to keep up the record of buc
ccBBlve victories sot by former Nebras
ka warriors have at last been an
nounced. Loss than a week Intervenes
before tho first contest will occur and
tho second follows the first after an
Interval of a few days. Etthor of the
two teams to bo met this year has es
tablished: an enviable reputation In
tho debating world and to add theso
two scalps to our beltB tho Nebraska
p Notices and subscriptions may o
q bo left at tho Dally Nebraakan X
P office, or at the Co-Op. Book Q
b Store. b
A Sop I) .-Fresh, Head-breaking Contest
isn't good for hats My $2.50 Hats won't
stand it no hat will But they will stand
plenty of ordinary knocks.
WHY PAY MORE?
BBUDD, $2.50 Hatter, 1J4J
representatives must go their length.
.We should congratulate ourselves upon
the fact that both of theso contests
will bo hold In Lincoln and should In
turn do all In our power to aid our
representatives In carrying off the hon
ors in both debates.
Phi Beta Kappa.
"We hear, these days, on all sides ar
gunnentfl' pro Phi Biota Kappa and
contra Phi Beta Kappa. Before tho
names of the chosen few were an
nounced the arguments pro were moro
in evidence than they are now, while
the contra's have gained in numbers i
, and popularity. Thus does the sour
grapes embitter our remarks, even
though we know it not.
' But pro or contra as the feeling may
be those elected to this coveted posl-
tlon deserved the honor. So did some
of thoso not bo fortunate, perhaps.
Thia right to wear the magic key la
indicative of work, hard, consistent,
faithful work which has brought cer
tain results in the shape of marks
(in studies). Soma of the others are
guilty of JUBt as much hard work, but
Eomehow or other tho results failed
to appear In the essential place. That
tho twonty-two did and the rest didn't
is no sign that the fow will always con
tinue to do and the rest Vill always
continue to fall to do. Quito on the
contrary. There is a vast difference
betwoon University work and life
work, which Is a good' thing to remem
bor and n sourco of much consolation.
That the now Phi Beta Kappas will
contlnuo to do, however. Is moro than
probable. That tho rest can Join them
in tho ranks of the doers is certain;
that they will is not quite such a
Through an error, yesterday's
paper contnined a local stat
ing that certain cut rates on meal tick
ets wore In forco at the Good Health
Cafe. Wo take thlB occasion to ex
plain that the Good Health Cafe is not
making" any discount from their reg
ular prices Just now, although such'
hah been the case In tho past. Tho
manner in which tho "ad" brought In
quiries to the Cafe, only shows tho
splendid advertising medium tho Ne
Bryan to Aggies.
A largo number greeted the Hon. W.
J. Bryan in tho gymnasium at tho
Farm last Tuesday evening, April 4r
His listeners wore treated to a wealth
of thought along economic and agricul
tural lines. He spoke of the Farm as
the best gymnasium for the develop
ment of the spiritual, moral and phy
sical man, condemned gambling in
many pursuits in cities as striking at
tho moral purpose of tha-hasls of re
wards In life. He laid great emphasis
on tho value of education to tho farm
er as well as to the preachor, Jawyor
or othor professional and business
men, since ho thought tho faxmor
should tako actlvo part in tho coun
try's legislation. In tho course of his'
romarks he said that this ago was the
beBt one to live In since tho four cor
ners of the globe have boon brought
together by steam, oloctrlclty and tho
newspapers, that great problems have
arisen since conditions havo mado It
possible for one person to produce
twenty-five times as much as ho could
a generation ago. .
In closing his remarks ho gave as
his reason for liking a Durham cow,
that It was "double-standard;" the
"yellow" cream is to the "white" milk
as gold should be to silver "1G to 1."
Ghanln Bros., Florists, 127 So., 13th.
Men who have cards out will please
call at Y. M. C. A. rooms and replace
same at once.
Tho "new Y. M. 0.. A. .cabinet will
meet Saturday evening at 81 o'clock. '
Protected by Block Signals
The first railway In America to adopt tho absolnto
Block 8ystom in the operation of all trains wart tho
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
It to-day has moro miles of road operated undor
block signal rule than any other railway company.
Tho St. 'Paul Road was tho first railway to light . " I
its trains by oloctricity, and it now has more than
480 electric-lighted passongor cars in daily . service.
Throo trains from Union Station, Omaha, to Union
Station, Chicago, ovory day.
For timo table, special rato write
F. A. NASH,
Vcncrnl Western Agent, 1034 Fikrnam Street,
For Sale Only at Harley's
Crescent Bowling Alleys
Charles B. Gregory
:z;a.tht Coal man
NO. 1044 6 STRBBT
"hns It for less." Oct the
habit, go to
RIGGS, the Drug Gutter."
1M1 O BTIIKKT.
Closed Carriages. Baggage.
...The Finest Livery in the Oity...
1230 N STREET, LINCOLN, NEB.
Every day from March 1st to May
15th, 1905, Inclusive, tho Union Pacific
will soil one-way tickets from Missouri
River Territories (Council Bluffs to
Kansas City, Inclusive) as follows:
$20.00 to Ogdon and Salt Lake City.
$20.00 to Helona and Butte, Montana.
$22.50 to Spokane and Wenatcheo,
$22.50 to Huntington and Nampa,
$25.00 to Portland, Tacoma and Seattle.
$25.00 to Vancouver and Victoria.
,$25.00 to Ashland and Astoria, Ore
gon, via Portland.
$25.00 to San Francisco, Los Angeles
and San. Diego.
Correspondingly low rates to many
othor California, Oregon, Washington,
Montana, Utah, and Idaho points.
Through Tourist cars run every day
on Union Pacific between Missouri
River and! Pacific Coast; double berth
$5.75. For full Information call on or
address, E. B.' Blossoh;
Drug Store, 11th and O.
Easy Payments, Trading, Prenit Rf ilrin
Lyman's, 231 so. urn.
Watch, ClocK or Article ol Jewelry
WE CANNOT REPAIR
O. A. Tucker, Jeweler
1)28 O St. Phonw, B4II S54. Auto SS84
do to SIDLES, th Up-
to-Date Sporting: Goods
Man, for Base Ball sup-
o plies, all Athletic Qoods.
H. E. ID LJ5LS
1317 O St., Lincoln, Neb.
The First National Bank
of Lincoln, Neb.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Undivided profits . . 40,000.00
B. H. Burnham, Pres.
A. J. Sawyer, Vlco-Preaident.
H. 8. Freeman, Cashier.
H. B. Evans, Asst. Cashier.
Erank Parks, Asst Cashier.
P. R. Easterday, Auditor.
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