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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1907)
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THE PROPERTY OP
THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA.
Lincoln, Nkiuubka, .
PUILI8HED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
DY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
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Editor-ln-chlof J, Carroll Knodo,
AsHoclnto Editor Clydo E. Elliott,
Managing Editor A. E. LonK,
Athlotlcu TIUKh W. Crnftr,
General Nows Stuart P. Dobbs,
RovIowh Oortrudo Mooro,
Convocation Laura Rhoados,
ABulBtant Athletics. Millar S. Benedict,
AsBt. Qon. Ncwb..... Sidney O. Evans,
Departmental.... Paul R. Butlor, '07
J. C. Eldor, 07
Guy Montgomery, 10
W. E. Standovon, 07
Aloxnndor J. Dunlap,
O. C. Hickman, '07
BunlnoflB Manager. ...Byron E. Yoder,
Assistant Manager Qay Hardy,
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INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
for at tho rate of 10 cents per Insertion
for every fifteen words or fraction -thoroof.
Faculty notlcos and Unlvorslty bulletins
will gladly bo published free.
no lnconsidornblo amount to bo raised
and altho that body of professors was
small and In anything but affluent cir
cumstances, tho necessary funds wero
subscribed so that today tho old build
ing ptnnds thero, a monument to the
hardihood and self-sacrificing spirit
of tho mon on tho first faculty.
No wonder Tho Unlvorslty of Ne
braska grow! No worfdor she became
tho Idol of tho state! How could she
do otherwise than roach outward and
upward until today she stands the peer
of any unlvorslty of tho West, tho
pride of tho prairies, the queen Oh,
wait! Wo ca"h't stand up under all
that strain. Why not say it this way:
OLD NEBRASKA DOES NOT BOW
DOWN BEFORE ANY UNIVERSITY
IN THE COUNTRY?
Entered at tho postonlco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
TO OLD NEBRA8KA.
Nebraska Is not an old stato; she
can not count back In years much
farther than thoavorago man, one of
her clttzons; sho has no really time
honorod monuments, sho has no great
stora of historic spots, hallowed 'for
tho momorles clinging to them; Ne
braska Is one of tho -new states of a
now country. But in this new state,
and started and fostered by It, Is an
Institution dating back well nigh to
tho Infancy of the commonwealth It
self. That is tho Stato University,
Tho Unlvorslty of Nebraska. Such
was tho character and ideals of tho
EVENT8 OF FORMER YEAR8.
Happonlngs of other days as re
corded In tho Nobraskan:
Four Years Ago Today.
Tho mld-wlntor commencement,
with tho usual displays by tho depart
ments, and a very .successful drill by
tho Pershing Rifles, was held.
Three Years Ago Today.
Tho basket-ball team left over tho
Northwestern for Sioux City and
Minneapolis. It was defeated by
Sioux City Y. M. C. A. "by a score of
49 to 14.
Two Years Ago Today.
The Initial concert of tho Glee Club
wad very successful.
Unl. Book Store was almost a total
loss from a Are of unknown origin.
Fancy Stationery at
Wo have about 40 boxen .f Funcy Holiday Stationery, which waa
slightly damaged In shipment In most cases tho paper is not dam
aged at all, and only on somo of tho boxes does It show. Boxes aro
holly or violet covered, etc. The railroad company reimbursed us
for the damage. Thus we are a bio to sell them at Iobs than the
manufacturer's price. Theso aro all Hurd's best writing papers
4 quire boxes that sold for $2.00, now $1.00
3 quire boxes that sold for $2.00, now !!$100
2 qulro boxes that sold for $1.60, now ,. 75c
2 qulro hoxes that sold for $1 0Q, now .' goc
2 qulro boxes in two sizes, which sold for $1.00, now. .;."...!!!'.! B0o
MINOT TO SPEAK.
Wo are showing lots of now Embroideries, but they must bo seen
to be fully appreciated. We havo a complete showing in Cambric.
Nainsook and Swiss, at all prices.
Cambric Embroideries at from 5c to $1.00 per yard.
Nainsook Embroideries in neat small designs, ranging in price
from 5c to 75c per yard.
Swiss Embroideries, In matched sets, for dresses, from $3.00 Der
- YIdo Bands In Baljy Irish and Swiss Embroidery, from 50c to
$2.00 per yard.
Insertion for Waists, in all widths from inch to 4 inches wide.
10c per yard and upwards.
All Over Embroideries for Waists, 60c to $4.00.
Fancy Fronts for Shirt Waists, in a variety of pretty designs,
from 90c to $2.25 each. B '
Embroidered Patterns for baby drdsses, put together with lace
and embroidered insertion, with ruffle, a timo saver for the busy
mother; 27 to 45 inches wide; price $1.50 to $3.00.
Pattern Corset Covers, 1 yards long, $1.50 each.
Corset Cover Embroidery, 30c to $2.25 per yard.
MILLER & PAINE.
Harvard Professor Talks to University
Professor Chas. Sedgwick Mlnot of
tho Medical department of Harvard
will speak on tho "Biological Interpre
tation of Life" in Art Hall this even
ing at 8 o'clock. Dr. Ward saya that
Professor Mlnot Is the most noted
man that has spoken on a biological
subject at this University for a num-
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LAninU I fir injurious to your
oyes than wonr-
ing nono at all.
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and explain to
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No charge for tests.
pioneers coming hero years ago that
one of their first concerns had to do
with tho oducatlon of tho jrouth later
to become citizens. To provide for
their proper training was a big un
dertaking and one Involving toll and
sacriflco, but ono day a big brick
building to the north of Lincoln stood
finished, looking out over tho almost
bare prairies. A few men to do tho
teaching -were collected, and Tho Uni
versity ot Nebraska began.
To know tho character of that small
body of educators, teaching out here
in this wind-swept, sun-smitten coun
try at that thho, ltds only necessary
to recall tho Incident of the rebuilding
of tho foundation under University
Hall. Tho first sandstono foundation
crumbled rapidly, and it was found
that unless something were done, the
whole superstructure would collapse, a
ruin. A movement was started among
' the professors toward raising sufficient
money to. replace tho old walls with
substantial ones, and altho there was
her of years.
The address will undoubtedly ,bo of
a very general Interest, as It will not
be technical but' rather along philo
sophical and psychological lines. Mr.
Mlnot will also give a special talk
to medical students in N. 301 at 11
a. m. today. Dr. Ward extends an in
vitation to tho general student body
to bo prosont at tho evening lecture.
Fellowship for Women.
The Baltimore Association for the
Promotion of the Education of Women
offers a fellowship of $500 for the year
1907-1908, available for study at any
American or European university. As
a rulo the fellowship is awarded to
candidates who fyave done some gradu
ate work, and in exceptional cases may
be hold two successive years. Blank,
forms for application may be obtained
from Dr. Mary Sherwood, The Arun
Chicago defeated Purdue in a hotly
contested game of basket-ball last
Saturday night by a score -of 28 to 16.
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 12th.
Cameron's Lunch Counter. 123 8. 12.
The best place to eat in town is at
Don't Cafe, 114 So. 11th St
Why not take your hatha at nhrla'
Bath House, corner 11th and P Sts.?
The best place to eat in town Is at
Don's, 114 So. 11th Street.
Front room for rent, ground floor.
Gentlemen only. 634 No. 12th.
A good writing tablet Is a necessity.
Get It at the Uni Book Store.
Your writing always looks good on
our fancy box paper at the Uni Book
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