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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1906)
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THE lMtOPKIOTY OP
XffUB UNIVEUS1TY dP NKIIRA8KA.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AHO MONDAY
BY THE STUDENT PUD. BOARD.
Publicity Office, iiB'H. 14th St.
' EDWIN MILHOY SUNDERLAND, 'Q.
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B. M.'ItiNAKRti. '(W - 'MhiijikIiik Editor
Fiikd BallaiiI), a'i Now Editor
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fifteen wordn or fraction thoroof. Faculty
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Kutorwl at tho noflt'.nleont Lincoln, NeunwWn,
rm nocond-cloAH tnnll mnttor under tho Act of
ConKroM of March i, 1870.
ON TO CHICAGO.
Ono Avcok from Saturday noxj. the
CornhuBkors moot Chicago on thd lnt
ter!s Hold. Nebraska has tho best op
portunity she Is likely to got in a long
tlmV "todo. something" to Chicago.
Aftor tho. Gopher victory last Satur
day, Nebraska, In Y.iow of hor excel
lent showing at Minneapolis, is rated
ven by tho Maroons as a worthy foo.
Nebraska mado a splendid fight at
Minneapolis, but sho should do better
still at Chicago, There wore' almost
no Nebraska rooters at Minneapolis.
Thoro should bo legions of thorn at
Chicago. Manager Eager has an
nounced that one of tho railroads has
offered a $0.00 rate provided 300 ac
cept at onco. At least 1,000 students
tihould jivall themselves' of this un
usual opportunity to visit Chicago and
cheer tho Cornhuskors in their battle
on Marshall Field.
. Tho tickelHaro now on sale at
There Are Just Three
ways, and only throe ways, by which you may have oyo troubles
ncciclont, disoaso, defect. Wo correct oye defects oye tronblos
that call for glasses and by so doing wo correct 75 per cont of all
Wo court comparison in our goods, our fittings and our meth
ods and requiro but an opportunity to convince as to tho oaso,
comfort and ploasuro afforded in tho poi'fect vision our corrections
always give. EXAMINATION FREE.
HALLETT Jeweler & Optician 1 143 O ST.
Harry Porter's-Jind 300 MUST BE
SOLD BY FRIDAY. DON'T DELAY.
BUY YOUR TICKET AT ONCE.
There Is no indication of. tho ap
1 proach of winter txt the' Unlvofslty
that Is so 8 lire and so much to bo re
lied upon as tho, adyont of- the, snoak
thiof In thfe corridors alHHCloak rooms
of tho 'various buildings on tho cam
pus. "Year after year, an epidemic of
petty thievery has appeared at this
season and year after year has tho
Nebraskan hurled Its anathemas at
the unknown criminals.
The duty has come to us again and
wo confess wo. have no liking for tho
task. It is a blow to our ideas and
ideals of University manhood and
womanhood, to bo forced into tho be
lief that thoro aro among us men and
women who will lower themselves to
tho plane pf potty criminals, those per
sons, mentally perverted or deficient,
, that' haunt' the vice-riddon sectlpns
of our cities. Yet we cannot 'escape
Thnfru hnvo lirwm vnnnrtnil In llii
last few days from places where out-'
slders cannot intrude. That these
cases were not accidents has been
proved by tho fact that no garments
have been left o take the placo of tho
appropriated artlclos. The case Is
conclusive. , '
Wo have no platitudes to offor, nor
will be hurl invective, against the of
fenders. We feel that such a course 1
could accomplish little good. What
advice we have is very simple. If
every student interested and we be
lieve that all aro interested will keep
his eyes open for misdemeanors of
this kind, tho .criminals can ho caught
and punished. Ono example of this
sort Vill bo wortlian infinite amount
You can help to right tlieyrong.
Keep your oyes open.
A scribe of the West Virginia "Atho
nneum haa produced tho following ef
fusion in defense of the study of
"Tho glowing nebulae, the collision
of planets andstars, the eternal ro
tating mass which nils the InQniteness
of space,, meteorites, and. 'shooting
stars!,' which llko 'lawless vagabonds,'
cross and recross the paths of rotat
ing worlds, have not yet awakened our
University from Its - Indifferent slum
ber. The metamorphosis of the entire
cosmos; the infinite substance of the
universe in endless repetition of eter
nal time,, and the periodic 'dance of
the worlds' aro facts which do not
admit of oxact comprehension. They
demand the thoughts of every student
and mail, and life Is extromely Incom
plete In its fullness without some
knowledge of the universe which Bur
rounds and embraces us, and of which
wo aro but a transitory phase."
We are free to admit that our friend
may be right. AVe are just a trifla
dazed, that's all.
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MlGlllGlll f CrtlllCI ITIdlCS IsldSS VISIl
to Beatrice Inadvisable.
Owing to the inclement weather of
yesterday, tho excursion 'to thft"Homo
of tho Feoblo Minded at Beatrice,
which was to havo bean talcon by Dr.
Bolton's class in . Monlal fathology
this jamming, haa b76en DOBtnoned for
The Institution to be visited. Is at
Homo distance from Beatrice and when
tho roads aro muddy, transportation
for any number of persons Is rather
difficult and not at all pleasant. The
trip to Beatrice by this class Is an
annual affair and the special rate that
Is obtained is open to any student who
Is Interested In mental diseases,
whether he is a member of Dr. Bol
ton's clas or not.
Mr. J. M. Fothorolf, who has been in,
the United States forest service in
Utah, addressed tho different Forestry
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Ed Young's Smoke
See Our English Tobaccos ft OnOp
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Clupeco Shruhlc'OuarterSiM Cellar-
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CLUJrTT, TKAlIOnY t CO.,
Maken of Cluett ami Monarch Bblrtt
136 lUrth Elmnth
Bell 348. Autf 3881
Leather post card pillows aro tho
most popular of room and "den" deco
rations at present. We make them
up In now and original designs. We
also carry skins in all colors, laces,
fringe., etc. Tho Lincoln Book Store.
AILEWTI CHOCOLATES AT REdOHS
tic styles and the
Most men like to be reasonably
rbNthat the style of their O'coat
Is correct and that the fabrics in
sure goocTBervice. There's no ques
tion about the" up-to-dateness of the
fit, nor the fabric of Kensington
Coats. For sovorarsasons they
havo borne the reputation of su
perior style and quality aml-4ay
aro being worn by liialiy a nan
who formerly wont to a custom
tailor. Just now we call particular
attention to our Immense showing
of Btylish Coats at
$20, $25, & $30.
IW AGEE &
Other grades down to $12730 and up
K. O'coats they fit. 1109 O.
FRESH EVERY PAY1
Our Candles ahd BaVed GoMa are Always
Freeh and Good. Catering Is our specialty
THE MAXWELL CO.,
Both Phoaci. 13th ad N Straeta
Just Try Us One!
State Printing Company
Stationery DopartmenfT All kinds- cJ
X2J2 N Street,- Lincoln, Neb.
If you can't see this ad. clearly, call
at Harris- and have your eyes exam
ined free. 1137 0 st. He's reliable.
Chapin Bros., Florists, 127 So, 12th. '
Dr. Haggard, 212-'213 Richards Blk.
Cameron's Lunch Counter. 123. S. 12.
Call .up the Star Dellverv Co., Bag
gage. Both Phones.
Tho Ivy Press is now located at 212
South Twelfth street. University work
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