The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 02, 1907, Image 2
.TytttjuiAUfw mtmmrvtmmmmm dbe atlETUDcaeftan V H V u , kl- flbeBailslflebragftan THE PROPERTY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEDRASKA. . Lincoln, Nkdiubka. PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY 11Y THE STUDENT PUD. BOARD. Publication Office, 120 H. 14th St. braska from 1884 to 1888, and Is Pro- 00600000000000000000OffiQ0000 9 25 fessor of Law at West Point. Editor-in-chief J. Carroll Knodo, OS AflHoclfito Editor Clydo E. Elliott, O'J Mnnigrlnff Editor A. E. Lonp. 09 AthlctlCH HKl W. CralK, 07 General Nowb Paul O. Burt, '09 HcvIowh v Gertrude Mooro, '0i Convocation Laura Rhoadca, '08 ABHlstant Athlotlca. Miller 8. Benedict, 09 Bt Onti. News Sidney O. Evans. '09 Departmental Earl II. Hunt, '08 J. C. Elder, 07 Guy Montgomery, '00 W. E. Standovon, '07 Aloxandor J. Dunlap, '09 C. C. Hickman. '07 BuBlncHs Manager.... Byron E. Yodor, '08 ABBlHtant Manager Gay Hardy,. 08 Clrculatoi II. C. Robertson, '09 TELEPHONES: DAY Auto 1628. NIGHT 2365 and 4472 Editorial and Business Office: BASEMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDQ. Postofflce, 8tntlon A. Lincoln, Neb. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR Payable in Advance Slnnlo Copies, 5 Cents Each. INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged for at tho rate of 10 emits por Insertion for cvory fifteen words or fraction thorcof. Faculty notices and University bulletins will gladly bo published free. Entered at tho postofllco at Lincoln, .Nebraska, as second-class mall matter under tho Act of Congress of March 3, 1870. PROFESSOR MAXEY'S ARTICLE. Professor Edwin Maxoy, Ph. D., D. C. L L. L. D., because of his wide and thoro knowledge of international law was hired by the Japanese Gov ernment to represent Its side- in the recent diHlculty over the attendance of Japanese children in California schools. His acquaintance with this subject being so extensive, it is ac counted A special prlvelege to print in today's paper his very timely ar ticle on tho compromise effected late ly in tho controversy. Dr. Maxey came to Nebraska from Wlest Vir ginia last year to take the chair of EVENT8 OF FORMER YEARS. Happenings of other days as record ed In the Nebraskan: Two Years Ago Today. The Junior cap committee reported a class debt of twenty-five dollars and fifty cents due on the caps, which amount it was decided to make up by an assessment of the class. Tho Pan-Hellenic dance committeo being unablo to come to any agreement as between the T. N. E. faction nnd their opponents, split Into two parties. New Bretelle Belts This is one of the latest creations very stylish and practical. We have had a special lot made ofBlack Taffeta Silk, and they have Just arrived. Wo place them on saleat $150, $175, $275 and $3.50 each. INDIAN TERRITODY. As! O Professor Condra Lectures at Convo cation on its Opening. Profossor Condra's illustrated lec ture on "The Opening of ilndlnn Terri tory" was a source of great Interest and instruction to those present at Convocation yesterday afternoon an introduction several views of our own campus were shown first taken with the beautiful covering of ice and snow of yesterday nnd today. When America was first discovered thero were two species of men here new to the scientific world; tho Es quimaux and the Indians Today many of the Indians evon from Nobraska, have gone south and are amalgamated with our race. We find in Indian Territory five tribes who entered tho South-east ; viz., the Cherokee, Creek, Seminole, Chickasaw and Choctaw. Discovery of gold in the west had made them move from their old homes in Alabama, Florida, the Carolines and Georgia. Any Indian blood makes one an Indian to the people of Indian Territory, whereas, in spite of inter marriage many are as white as any of us. Various conditions of the country divide tho land into five topographic territories, affording opportunities for many Industries. The prairie land Is fertile and over sixty por cent is tlm- p Chiffon Organdies 1 Ul AUllllllWI Ll 909 1 We have just received a shipment of dainty, sheer White Organ die, in a number of different qualities. This cloth is two yards wide and has been placed' on sale at the following prices 50c, 60c, 75c, 85c, $1.00, 1,25 and $1.50 per yard. A Complete 1 Line of French Lawns This is also a new arrival and comes in 6 distinct quarities; 47 incjies wide, 50c, COc, 75c, 85c, $1.00 and $1.25 per yard. In Our Art Embroidery Department tfi 9 i i s 8 8 We arc showing new stamped Eyelet Doilies and Center Pieces. New Pillow Tops, handsomelyembroldered, each '. 50c New Cluny Doilies' from 25c to $1.00 New Cluny Center Pieces from $1.25 to $5.00 There are also a few Scarfs in this line. Stop in this section nnd look these over. They are veryhandsome and will Interest you. MILLER & PAINE i o o 8 6 ftXIIftOftOOftOftOft055ftOft O ft O OftOftOftC5ftOftOftOftOftOftOftOftOftO Cameron's Lunch Counter. 123 8. 12. Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards Blk. Chapln Bros., Florists. 127 So. 12th. "Nebraska" the Co-op. embossed stationery at TOMMY OOOOOOOCOCXXOOCOCXX)OOCOOOOOOOCOOCK)OCXX5CXXXXX)CW R E S U L TS TELL " ' - Wo claim to be the best CLEANERS and DYERS in Lincoln and are here to prove it. Our methods and machinery are the VERY LATEST and our workmen the best that money can secure. We clean tho finest drosses and robes without danger of fading or shrinking and guarantee not to Injure them in any way. Wo alBO olean gentlemen's clothing of all kinds. Goods called for and deliv ered. All goods thoroughly sterilized. We do altering and repairing. Phono Bell 147 1320 N street. Phono Auto 1202 Call or write for price list. Lincoln, Neb. J. C. Wood & Company oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Something now in embossed station ery. Tho Co-op. You will be satisfied with Cameron's Lunch Counter. See our fine lino of Nebraska, pins at the Co-op. A good writing tablet is a necessity. Get It at tho Unl Book Store. The best place to eat in town is at Don's Cafe, 114 So., 11th St. Tho best place to eat In town is .at Don't Cafe, 114 So. 11th St. Public Law and Diplomacy. Tho question, discussed is one that Involves the old matter of state rights. Tho cause of the whole controversy between California and the Federal Government has been whether or not tho United States "has tho fight to make a treaty such as was made with Japan In '94, working a seeming hard ship on a certain state. Tho depth and intricacy of tho question will bo seen at" once. Lately, however, tho Call fornlnns have agreed to take the child ren back, provided an amendment be made to the Immigration law, restrict ing Japanese and Corean coolies, nnd so it is probable no further action will result; the Federal Government can not afford 'to antagonize tho states on tho Pacific slope. Dean Pound has just received a copy of "Military Law and the Procedure of Courts-Martial" by o author, Ed gar S. Pudley,. . Profqssor Dudley was "commandant at the University of Ne- bered, all of Indian Territory being in the very desirable region of the rain belt. Among other Interests which led to tho opening of this country were the attractiveness of the Indian women and the Influence of the rail roadi. Hunting, Ashing, cattle-raising and farming are carried on, hay being shipped mostly to Arkansas and Louisiana. On the Arkansas bottoms corn Is raised, yielding one hundred bushels per acre; also cotton, and many vegntables. Because of the abundance of coal, oil fields, stone, clay, zinc and lead, Indian Territory may well be called the Pennsylvania of tho West. The opening of coal beds, great asphalt deposits, oil wells and other forms of industry are driving the Indian out of his country. Tho negro is there, and remains a problem, tho Indian is doom ed. Indian Territory with all Its vast resources will bo one of the greatest states of our Union. ' Its political ten dencies will probably be southern. Why not take your baths at ChrlB' Bath House, corner 11th and P Sts.? Your writing always looks good on our fancy box paper at the Unl Bo6k Store. Green's barber shops excel all others In the west. Entirely modern and the best work assured. For refreshments and light catering work see "TOMMY" at Miller & Palne's. If you have dance programs, tickets or posters to be printed, go to Mc Vey's, 125 No. 12th St. You would not be ashamed to send a letter written on our new embossed stationery. The Co-op. I The Evans Do Your Washing jji There Is no time like Harris time If your watch Isn't up to date you bet ter see Harris, tho watch doctor, 1137 O St. 6lioolatM ami Bon Bins. TL. Br... PylIM " Tk ru Cutter. UNDERWOOD VISIBLE TYPEWRITERS 136 North Elovtnth Bill 348. Auto 3881 An The largest line of Nebraska pins In the city to select from. Prices right. The Co-op. The best place to eat in town is at Don's, 114 So. 11th Street. UlKKm CHOCOLATES AT RECTORS V v'