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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1906)
THE DAILY NEBRASKA IN.
Michigan will meet Wisconsin In de
bate ill Ann Arbor tonight.
Andrew Carnegie has donated $-ir,-000
to Coo college for a hall of Hclence
proi(U,d t ho Hchool Will raise a like
(nun Tor support and maintenance.
lie U-io l( lio proir'v c dnv 1 .1.aln t' ITI'.V.
hNSuml )ml,NVM-l lUKuMi. c I o
BIFLES . . . from $2 ?.5 to $100.00
riH'i'OLS . . . lrom 2 00 to 60.00
SHOTGUNS . . troul 7.00 to 25.00
AUmir'fxltfnn.liHt 1m f.ir uofajro lllus.
tm our i'i '.'r imike. Il.ti.ite'.l fftt.t '. li Inter,
y ciu ,iiwi. ti.iiitiileOitijeirit In hilooTlNf.. im
illrecl. rurri.r th,trf, 1 1. ijittoliate It. Mailed
fetfalit, iimii rr.cl.t of'f rtwrcent In tuini to
iul(jfpili. Uorcr postage.
Our atti. tUo tWc-rnlnr Viimlnum Hanger will be
nt ant i.cip ( r i run In ttun.
J. BTEVBN8 AUMS AND TOOL CO.,
Ohloopoo Falls, Mmi., TJ. S. A.
Washington, Oregon and Idaho will
this year fengugc In a triangular do
bite. The question 1h, "Resolved. That
tiie inUrstnte (onimerco commission
should be granted the power to fix a
maximum railroad rate In cases
brought before It, If It considers the
existing rate too high."
A WELCOME GIFT IN ANY HOMh
SONGS OF ALL THE .COLLEGES
T.vcryor.p lik-i A college song, and tills lxo!c is an
Meal gift to plate on the piano for on&'s friends to
nijojr, een though one lingj not at all himself
i rvrn, w TAsrrrt f, ih-jmuk ron chmstmas on huvtiidat
All tlm jr:w una '$1 GO postpaid- All tlie Ol.li onm
AT ALL HOOK STORKS and MUSIC DEALERS
cr if tit t affivtiiH-y tht PiiHisitrt
HINDS & NOW E 31 33 35 W 15th SL, N. Y. City,
Si hetlbrvkt rf c!l putlisktrt at one tltr
Illinois defeated Ohio University in
debate on Friday night last ou the
question: "Resolved, That the Inter
ests ol the people would be subserved
by the enactment of federal legisla
tion regulating the life Insurance busi
ness, ll Is agreed for the purposes of
this debate that the Insurance busi
ness Is an instrumentality of com
merce." Illinois defended the. nlllrmn
tlve. Two of her speakers, Wiley and
McGlnley, were on the team that de
feated Missouri last year. One of the
Ohio debaters was a lady, Miss Colin
Eat at the Unl. Music Cafe.
A number of new benches are being
installed at the State Farm In the
shops. Tlio benches were designed by
I rofesaor Richards and wero made by
the Lincoln Sash and Door company.
Roller skating at the Auditorium.
Word has been received from Mau
ilce Benedict at Hawthorne, Nsv. He
reached his destination safely, but will
have to wait some weeks for the snow
to melt, before being nble to continue
his Journey into the mountains.
Roller skating at tho Auditorium.
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Minnesota defeated Iowa in debate
with the negative of the .question, "Re
solved, That tho Unltod States Hhould
establish a Hscal protectorate over any
West Indian, South or Central Ameri
can Republics which shall manifest a
chronic fallme to meet their foreign
obligations. Granted, that neither
these republics nor any other foreign
nations object." The question Is the
name us the one on which Northwest
ern defeated Mlnnesotu on J an miry 15.
Northwestern also had the negative.
Lecture at Kearney.
Dr. Condra and Mr. Fee leave Sat
urday for Kearney where Dr. Condra
will give ' an Illustrated lecture on
scenic Nebraska at the boys' state In
W. Brewster, Riih-
The editors of the Sonior Book an
nounce that those wishing to got ma
terial in the book will have to hurry,
as the material is now being printed
and the managers expect to get the
book out shortly after spring vacation.
Walkover shoes for college men.
Rogers & Perkins Co., 1129 O St.
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sities,. .CJacs contracts a specialty.
Reliable materials. Reasonable) prices.
Tho question of Governmental regu
lation of railway rates seems to be the
most popular or all the questlbns for
Intercollegiate and interstate debates
that has come, up for some time. Last
fall Harvard and Yalo locked horns
over the question, Harvard winning
with the. afllrmatlvo. Michigan and
Chicago then tried It, .out" this time
Chicago, with the negative, won out.
Besides being tho subject of Jtio tri
angular debate between Oregon, Wash
ington and Idaho, it will bo the subject
of debates between Missouri and Kan
sas, Missouri and Texas, Texas mid
Tulanc, Idaho and Whitman College,
Whitman College and Pacific Univer
sity and Iowa and Notre Dame. With
one victory for and one against rate
regulation, ifwjll be Interesting to
watch tho outcome bf those other contests.
All two and three o'clock classes are.
ex.cu.sed today, out of respect to the
memory of the late Hon. John M.
Thayer. The merchants down town
have' agreed toclose from 1:.'50 to 2::i0,
and all business vll bo suspended.
The gentleman who took- ,thc hnt
from the Nobniskan olllco yesterday
morning will do a charitable act by'
returning it as I think that I need It
worse than he does.
Considerable interest was manifested
in the trial In tho police court yes
terday of tho proprietor of the pool
hall whom the fllgh School authorities
are seeking to oust from his place oi
business. A number of University
i.tudent.1 attended the tiial, and two
had the. pleasure of testifying in tho
Tftlic Yonr'Clotlici ami go to
j. o.. wopp & CO.
Bhacissors to SoUktlp'JL- Wood
Expert Cleaners and Dyers
IlcIl-Tleiittoli'tl7. An(i i laQ-'J
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Wisconsin's Graduate Club Arranges
For Play. .
Tho graduato club is preparing for
a performance of . Georgo Bernard
Shaw's brilliant comody, "You Never
Can Toll," which will bo given at the
Fuller opera house- in tho latter part
of April. Mr. Arnold Daly, who has
been conducting a highly successful
tour with this and other phiys i by the
samo author, has given hlf tonBent
to its production hero. The cast hap
been chosen,. and rohearsals are now
What'o a dance without Tommy?
Thoa. W. Colemnn, bettor known fta
"Tommy," at Miller S. Palno's.
Will take a fit
when you see
suits at '
Printing George Bros.. 13th &. N.
A little way from right &
is n great way
with JVye-tflasses a n d
Spectacles. Here t h e
skill, the will and facih- g
ties are ititt rierht and
don't forget, the sooner
the easier in Eye care.
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