The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 28, 1906, Image 2

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THE DAILY ISEBRA9KAN.
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tbc Daily Htbraskan
A consolidation of
The Hesperian, Vol. "f 1, Tho Nobraakan,
Vol. 10 Scarlet and Cream, VoJ. 4.
Published dally, except Sunday and
Monday, at tho University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Neb., by thq Hesperian publish
ing Co.
Entered as Becond class matter,
March 14, 1006, at tho Post Ofllce at
Lincoln, Nob., under tho Act of Con
gress, March 3, 1870.
Board of Directors.
O V. P. Stout. Laurence Fosslor.
II. P. Lcavltt.
Dwlsht Cramer. A. a. 8chrolber.
Manager Fred Naughton
Circulation
. ..W. B. Standovcn
Telephone Automatic 1628
Night Telephone...... Automatic 2365
Subscription Price. J2 per year In advance
Tho action of tho Associated Barbs
on liiBt Thursday In regard to tho Ath
letic Board election has caused qulto
a twiiBiitlon In University politics. Up
to tho time of tho meeting every one
had expected .Hint their Idea was to
put up a "slush" funil and try to beat
tho frats "at their owigamo." But
tho extremely opposite attitude taken
was such a severe shock that' many
have not recovered yet. What was to
have boon tho greatest Barb and Frat
light In 'tho history or tho lnstltutlo'n
has simmered down to a very tamo af
fair, with the Frats simply nominat
ing a ticket, and casting a few votes
to securo election.
From a moral standpoint It Is very
ovldont that tho Barbs did the only
thing possible. Corruption has raged
rampapt In Athletic Board elections
In tho past, one faction being just as
guilty as tho other. Votes havo been
purchased and "no bones" made about
It, tho side putting up the most money
carrying personnl notes to tho extent
of about eight hundred dollars. With
the aid of this fund received in tho
elections, tho Board would be able to
pull out to tho end of the year with
out Incurring further indebtedness.
But without it these faculty members
will havo to sign another personal note
for two hundred dollars to bridge out
until next fall. Of course, this is per
fectly all right these men should do
this. It Is the royalty they should pay
pay for inembeiship ou the Board. At
least this is what one would gather
from what some of tho students say,
and no one can doubt but what every
student Is absolutely fair minded.
It seems that this year is, of all
years, tho most inopportune time to
take tho move that has boon taken.
We, as students, should feel It an un
written law to do as much as possible
to keep student affairs on a sound
financial basis. If the tax must be
abolished let us take It up at some
more opportune time.
YrW. C. A. BREAKFAST.
Plan to Have May 5th as the Day for
the Great May Morning Breakfast.
Is May 5th an eventful day? It
seems so, for tho breaking of tho dawn
will be greeted by the merry laughter
of a corps of cooks who know how
things rrrtho kitchen should bo done.
Nowadays they don't burn down the
sty in order to roast tho pig. They
don't simply fill a kottle half full o(
water, drop In a soup-bone, ndd a few
whole potatoes, a cucumber, a turnip,
a cup of salt and a hamlfujof poppe
and call -It soup. They measure tho
watei that, has been sterilized, pour
it into a kettle that has been burned
out with alcohol, they begin to watch
and dovelop a soup-bone while it is stili
young and tender, feed tho calf only
tho most scicntillcally prepared foods
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GENUINE
FRENCH
ORGANDIES
We aro showing a very choice lino of French
organdies In exclusive patterns for handsome
summer or evening gowns. Nothing will make
up more effectively than these sheer fabrics
printed by the very best French printers. The weaves aro plain or
barred, all with large floral patterns In soft colors roses, apple blos
soms, maple leaves, fleur-de-lis, etc., In pinks, lavender, blue, yellow,
and green. These come only in short pieces, so you are sure of some
thing individual. 112 inches wide, 45c, 50c and 55c a yard.
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of a silk voile of very soft texture. It is of Enc-
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arc much softer In texture than the all cotton and
drape beautifully. They come in a large variety
of patterns and qualities. Tho fine silk warp
gives a rich, natural lustre anjMs often thiWn to tho surface In dots,
sprays, or allover patterns, over which are printed large flowers.
They aro as dressy as many more expensive fabrics. 27 inches wide,
25c, 29c, 35c, iiOc and 55c a yard.
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SILK very fine silk filling which gives the ribbed ef-
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white background is decorated with an irregular
design in silk, the whole printed over with delicately colored large
floral designs. Suitable for dressy afternoon gowns, party and' even
ing wear. 27 Inches wide, 55c a yard.
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5 Piece Orchestra.
Tickets 50c
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huii usually been tho side to win. Girls-
havo sold their votes as promiscuously
as thoy would go down-town .for an Ice
cream soda. Everyone seemed to take
it as a, natural course of" events' for
votes, to bo sold and bought,. People
were pledged to- vote for one ticket as
soon as the tickets wero nominated.
Never has money been considered If
victory was to bo the outcome. But
now a halt Is called, and tho question
it being discussed pro and 'con every
where, although little has ever boon
accomplished by so-called "hot air."
So far as expediency is concerned
we think the tax should absolutely re
main. Tho Athletic Board is in debt
and what little revenue comes in at
this time, however small, will help
.them greatly. Two faculty mombers
of' the Board aro at tho present time
LINDSEY'S PLACE
ERW1N & PERKINS, PROPRIETORS
RETAILORS AMD JOUUERS OIT
TOBACCO - CIGARS - NEWS I
Wo carry' all tho lending Wands of CJgnra and- Tobacco.
Special attention given to boxtrodo.
?) We bulletin all League and University Base Ball and Foot Ball Games jj
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in order that the special cut may havt
tho proper flavor. And .as for vege
tables, they arc selected with tho great
est .cure. Many prefer the topless kind,
slnco all tho flavor is rotalnod In tho
root. -
But why talk about soup?' They
"Hbn't serve that forbreakfast. But
the mojui at the- Y. W. O. A. girls' May
morning breakfast will bo just as care
fully prepared for tho domestic science
girls know how it should bo done.
There'll bo coffee that's tho real thing
and no chicory goes, genuine eggs, and
tho committee guarantees to furnish
a pedigree with each one and a writ
ton guarantee that the depositor of
each one still lives.
There'll bo breakfast roods that will
heal the sick and make the well look
happy, all Imported directly from tho
various sanitariums.
Time to be thinking about pennants.
You will be pleased with ours at tho
unl. Book Stof.
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