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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1906)
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THE PROPERTY OP .
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
PUIUIHEB EVERY BAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AKB MONDAY
BY THE HESPERIAN PUltf CO
EtfWIN.MILROY PUNDERLAND, '07.
B. M. Riw um, '04 - - - - Managing- Editor
Frw BAAAk, '05 News Editor
W. E. BTANDEVEN, '07.
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QUy Haimy, Assistant Manager
Byrok E,YoK, '06, - - - Circulator
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ItfltorUl Rooms and Business Ofllce
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INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged for
at the rato of 10 oonts per Insertion for every
fifteen words or fraction thereof. Faculty
Inotlcos and University bulletins will gladly bo
'& L .1 ! . . L...A. M. L T Im1m T.hBaiaitM
M' second-class mall matter- under the Act, of.
Oosgress of Uarcn 8,1679.
FIGURE IT OUT.
v Subscribers to American newspapers
do not pay onb-fourtli of tho cost of
tho shoots thoy road. The paper that
dopondod upon its subscription list to
furnish tho monoy necessary for tho
paper to exist at all, would straight
way "go broke." It is thru tho ndvor
tislng columns that tho paper is made
This Is especially truo of your own
collcgo paper, Iflt wero not for thp
loyal and Hboral support given by tho
merchants of Lincoln tho Daily Ne
braskan would bd compelled to fold
its tent and silently steal away.
Tho Nobraskan is scrupulous In re
gard toMho riaturo of its advertise
monts and wo. guarantee that all our
jadyortlBcrs aro "-reputable and" -trust-worthyflrnis
who fiavoMn a substanr
I have no other price; don't want to be in
the" Clothing business; but I will sell $15.00
Cravenettes for $10.00. Big purchases,
small scalp. : : : :
BUDD. $2.50 Hatter. 1141 O
WHY PAY MORE?
tlal. way demonstrated tholr good-will
toward -tho University.
JWo print, a business directory every
day including- tho names of all our ad
vertisers and In it-you can always
find tho place you want to patronize.
Ar little thoughtfulncss in this respect
on tho part of the ontiro faculty and
student body will do more than any
other thing to keep pur paper in the
top rank of college journalism,
.' A GOOD START.
WUh tho announcement of commit
toes for' tho coming year tho Class, of
1907 may well fcef that it has started
its , final year auspiciously.. Its first
meeting was characterized by .the ab
sence of hard feeling, and a very gen
eral sense of Satisfaction followed the
elect!pn,of tho president. This-feeling
of satisfaction will, Ve feel suro.'bo in
creased upon consideration .of the com
mltt0 in whose hands tho destinies
vof thCclass now rest,' ;.,.'
Wo bellevo that competency vhas
been tho watchword that has guided
President McWilliams In his choice
and wo feel suro that '07 will make
a strong showing in every field of Its
At tho very start, however, every
member of every committee should
recognize and accept tho responsibility
that ho bears. Ono "Bluffer" in a com
mitteo can upset the hardest work of
tho other members. Ono member who
Is not thordlytin accord with the others
and will take no steps to harmonize his
ideas with thoso of his fellow commit
teemen, can creato troublo that may
end in disruption of the7 class. Wo
urge that the best interests of tho class
may bo tho Btandard by which all af
fairs are handled and that secrecy, tho
cloak of graft, bo discarded absolutely.
Dramatic Club Meets.
In a short meeting, yesterday morn
ing tho University- Dramatic Club
elected officers for tho coming year
and talked over plans for resuming
tho work" of tho club. Miss Howell,
by virtue of her position as instructor
hi Elocution, continues as president
of t&o club without election, but other
officers were selected as follows: Vico
president, T3 M. Sunderland; secre
tary,' Miss Vera Fall;, treasurer, Miss
Flossy Erford; custodian of proper
ties, B. R. Prazier. A statement con
corning tho club will be published
Professor arid Mrs: -G rove E. Barber
will be at homo to tho members of tho
Latin Department on Tuesday even
ing, October 23df at Hays Hallr-fhe
annual Latin Reception is an- event
which all Latin students look forward
to with great pleasure.
T, V. Alien, '04, was visiting Univer
sity f rlendB last week. . Mr. Allen has
been instructing the youths of tho com
monwealth slnco Ills graduation.
For the Cold
-, Tho scrub gamo at York, scheduled
ror today K has been-called off.
Miss ,Graco M. 'Ellodgo, '05, Is teach
ing at Beatrice again thhr-ybar.
Miss Alma Barnett is teaching at
Beatrice and her slBter Agnes at Grot-
Miss Sophia D. Klesselbach, '05, Is
teaching Gorman In tho Lincoln High
Miss Margaret Davis, M. A. '05, is
ilso Instructing In the Lincoln High
' Tho men at the training table havo
a fifteen-minute talk on the new rules
every evening after suppor. '
Ralph Hildebrandhas registered and
Will try out for tho football terim. He
nluved a star game on Lincoln High
Tho lega.1 fraternity of Phi Delta Phi
hold a smoker at tho Phi Kappa Psl
chapter house last night. An unusually
pleasant evening is reported.
.We offer the best grade of Uniform
Cloth, heavy weight and line qual- m
ity, made to exact measure
ments; full regulation at
the special price of
Complete with Cap
Call up the Star Dolivory Co., Bag
gage'. Both Phones.
W. S. Berry, formerly a student In
the Univorslty of Michigan, has been
engaged to take charge of tho wood
working department at the School of
Agriculture. R.. T. Erlckson has been
chosen as his assistant.
For Sale Gymnasium suit, nearly
hew, lady's; size 3G, $2. 1G00 P St.
Special . 'Varsity dress suits, $3fr.u6
and $40.00 at Ludwlg's.
VTramp-r-CAq he "hurries ovet back.
renco)-r-"If ho ain't therudest dog I
oyer scent Ho.not only 'made me- get
up, but ho Hook my.vseat."
McVoy Printing company does the
'best University work at 125 No. 12th.
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Ho You are tho tireath ofllfp to
She Well, suppose you hold your
Why not tako your baths at Chris'
Bath Houso, corner 11th and P Sts.?
W, K. Fowler is studying at West
Point this year. He will bo renienv
berod as the "seven-foot" color ser
geant of tho Battalion last year. Ho
has made tho football squad and Is 6n
tno training table.
Pctfy Bakery Co
- JBalcing Orders Filled
Fine Rice Bread. Our Specialty.'
Phono us and Your OrdorVflll'
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Rubber Stamps, Stencils,
Goals, Trade Checks', Koys
Machine Works, Model
300 So. (Ith, LINCOLN
AlLEdREITI (KOLATtS AT RECTORS
4M C Etf
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at our store.
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Onr Candles and Baked Goods aro Always
Fresh and Good. Catering Is our specialty
THE MAXWELL CO.,
Both Phones. 13th ntl N Streets
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CAtxTAl.r ,.. $300,000.00
nrplni and. Fronts.. 200,000.00
. Bon Bons.
The -DruK Cutter.
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State Printing Company
Stationery Department. All kinds 6t
School Supplies. .
12J2.N .Street, Lincoln, Neb,
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