The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 06, 1906, Image 2

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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
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published froo.
Entorod at tho poatnfllco atLlncoln.Nobrnska.
an second-claw mall matter under tho Aot of
Congroen of March 11,1879.
A REPLY.
In rcplyttotho editorial in yester-(
day's Nobraskan, taking " to- task tho
Senior Laws for their apparently un
warranted action In forming a class
organization after participating In the
general Senior election, tho following,
communication has been received by
tho editor:
Editor NebruBkan: As a Senior
Law, in 'answer to yesterday's edi-'
torial in the Nobraskan I would like to
say that the purpose of tho organiza
tion bf tho Senior Law class was for
tho purposo of having an effective way
of conducting affairs which pertain
to the law classes and law schools
alone. The medicul school has its
Medical Soploty, the engineers their
have only a few more words to Bay
before restlnc our case.
If, aslr.. Green states, tho inujorlty
of the Senior Laws favor the amalga
mation with tho academic Seniors so
far as the vital points of class govern
ment and organization are concerned,
and are willing to share heartily in
the exponses incident to Senior week
and other regular class functions, our
only objection to tho proceduro of last
Wednesday is that tho . organization
perfected was called tho "Senior Class
of tho Collego of Law."
It is significant that ModicB and tho
Engineers have their "Societies," not
their "Classes" and that in no way do
they assort independence from tho
general Senior class. Wo acknowl
edge heartily that the Laws havoxomo
unique interests and wo believe some
organization specifically formed to
deal with them might bo advisable,
but It certainly should not bo drawn
along class lines nor labeled with a
class numeral.
Tho only "square" thing that the
Laws can do in our estimation is to
chungo tho-namo of their-orgaulzation
and issue at once ,a statement repre
senting a majority of their number,
setting forth plainly their exact atti
tude toward tho University Class of
07.
AT HERPOLSHEIMER'S JEWELRY DEPARTMENT
You will find everything in JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, CLOCK8,KSterling
Silver Toilet and Manicure Articles.
WeLEAD THEM all in THI8 LINE, as well as In PRICES,
Come In and see the new BEAD CHAIN8, just arrived. In -all sizes
and colors.
Wo have Just received a new line of UNIVERSITY PINS in very neat
designs in Sterling Silver and Gold Pilled, at 25c and 50c. You can havo
tho above in Stick Pin or Brooch Pin.
Largest lino of Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoons in tho city. Over 250
designs to select from, and at prices from 48c up.
ALL ENGRAVING DONE FREE OF CHARGE. WATCH AND .JEW
ELRY REPAIRING DONE at popular prises, and workmanship GUARAN
TEED. Watch Cleaning 75c
Main Spring 75c
All Work Guaranteed for one year."
. BE8T MAKE ALARM CLOCKS, warranted for one yean Special.. 75c
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Always boar in mind that Our Eye Specialist, DR. D.P. COHEN, will cx
amlno your EYE8 FREE OF CHARGE. "
Broken Louses Replaced at short notice.
We Editors. ,
Editing a collego paper is a nico
thing. If wo publish Jokes, people say
wo aro rattleTCaded. If we don't we
are fossils. If wo publish original
matter, JJiey say we don't give them
enough selections. If ge give them se
lections, they say we are too lazy to
wrlto. If wo don't go to church, wo
aro hoathons. If we do, we are hypo
crites. If wo remain at tho ofllce, wo
ought to be out looking for news itoms.
If we get out, then we aro not attend
ing to business. If we wear old clothes,
they laugh at us. If wo wear good
clothes, they say wo havo a pull. Now
what are wo to do? Just as likely as
not some ono will say wo stole this
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The New Driveway.
Tho students of . engineering, especially-
in the C. E. group, have -been
showing a. great deal of interest in
tho building of tho paved driveway
from R street to the Administration
building. Tho driveway is to be built
of paving brick on a concrete founda
tion, with artificial stone combined
curb and gutter. The drive comes
from tho street to tho south door of
tho building and circles back to the
street again. Reimers & Fried have
the contract for its construction as
well as for the sidewalks which are
being built around the bulltllng.
Tho contractors are using a Smith
mixer, driven by a gasoline motor for
ma"ktng the concrete and with the help'
of this improved machine expect to
complete the Job very soon.
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Dr. C, E. Bessoy -will address Uni
versity men Sunday, October 7, at 3
p. m. In Memorial Hall on tho subject,
"Some Things a University 'Man Can
Do.'' A large attendance is desired.
Another One on Mary.
Mary once had fifty cents, .
But down her throat she letxit go,
And now Bhe's usng Floischman's
yeast
That she may raise the dough.
Portland Pill Box.
H. S. Clason, who graduated from
tho classical .course of the Univer
sity in 1892, and who used to bo much
interested. In Botany, remembered his
Alma Mater by sending, a few days
ago, n curious specimen ofa Lodge
polo pine stem with, tho cones 'deeply
Imbedded in tho wood. It created con
siderable commotion in the Botany
Department when it was passed
around among tho instructors and ad
vanced students. Mr. Clason Is in
business in Denver.
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2 1-2 inch ribbons. Very doggy. Look me up
about them. They just came in.
BUDD. $2.50 Hatter. 1141 O
WHY PAY MORE?
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"Engineering Society, but tho laws hav
ing no Bucir6rganlzatlon, all things
pertaining to tho law school, hav
"come up through tho separate law
classes. When the class organized, It
wasn't for tho purposo of affronting
tho Senior Academics, nolthr was it
intended to repudiate tho alliance
When tho Senior Laws participated
in the Senior class election after the
.conduct 6f the Senior laws of last year
which we have never approved of
they cortainly did it with their eyos
open and' with the intention of shoul
derjng the dutieB which such partici
pation would demand from all gentle
men. Just .because a citizen of Lan
caster county supports a county gov
ernment' Is no reason why he should
not be allowed -to havb;a voice In tho
State Government. Anply tho same
to the Laws of tho Senior class. ,
. J. R. GREEN.
'In answer to Mr. Green's statement
of the position of the Senior Laws we
from an exchange." So we did. The
Armour" Institute Fulcrum. ' '
We take pleasure In seconding tho
motion.
Dr. H. B. Ward has been notified of
five positions for graduate students in
Zoology: two fellowships; Zoology to
bo taken as a Major, and Botany as a
Minor if desired; and positions in tho
'government service, in a normal school
and in a college. The salaries of the
last throe range from $840 to $1,400.
Dr. Ward was called upon to recom
mend candidates last, spring for po
sitions with salaries as high as $1,500,
but was unablo to do so from lack of
available students.
New Fall and Winter
Waists
White and Black Net Waists,. Silk lined, from $3.75 up.
Very handsome styles, at. 7T $6.00
JReal beauties, for $7.50 up to $10.00
Silk Waists
in Taffeta Pean-de-cIeneCrepe-de-chlne, etc. A large number of styles
in black and all co.lorB. Tucked and pleased, with turn-down collars.
Great values at. . . i $3.90
A Correction.
In" Friday's Nebraskan, Dr. F. J. Al
way was reported, as In charge of the
"Department of Agriculture" at the
experiment station. This, should havo
read "the Department of Agricultural
Chemistry." ' '. '
Waists for $5.00 -
At this price we make a Bpeclal 'effort, filvlngHho best stylosarid
.material which tho market has to offox Tho fact is that tho waists
which we sell at $5.00 are really $6.00 'values. Our assortment at this
price Is very complete. T
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New Tailor-made White Linen Waists and oyelot embroidered
styles, excellent values at $1.75 to . . , $3,.00
Gloves for Fall Wear
Don't put off buying your long gloves for fall. The glove market
Is In a very uncertain condition, and thoro is no assurance of, ordors
which aro oven now placed being tilled. We have a fairly good sup
ply at present of 8, 12 and 1G button gloves, In all tho new shades
and In silk, from $1.50 to. . . i $3.75
Miller & Paine
AtlECRETTI CHOCOLATES AT RECTORS
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