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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1907)
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TO 59 AND 1-2 DOLLARS!
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THE PROPERTY OF
THIO UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
Relief Fund Receives an Increase
of Ten Dollars and a Half.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
nY THE STUDENT PUD. BOARD.
Publication Office, 126 N. 14th St.
Editor-in-chief J. Carroll Knodo, '08
ABflocluto Editor Clydo E. Elliott, '09
MnnttKlnK Editor A. E. Long. 09
AthlotlOH HuRh W. Craft, 07
aoncml Nowb Paul O. Burt, '09
BnvinwH Qortrudp Mooro. 07
Convocation Laura Rhoados, '08
Annlstnnt Athlotlcfl.Mlllor 8. Boncdlct, '09
AbbL Oon. Nowfl
.Sidney O. Evana.
KarlR. Hunt, '08
II. L. TVIluon. '09
Guy Montgomery. '09
A. a. 8chrolbor407
Alexander J. DunlaPr-.
C. C. Hickman. '07
BufllncBA Mannncr. ... Byron E. Yodor,
ABBlBtant Manager Gay Hardy,
Circulator H. C. Robortaon,
DAY Auto 1528. NIQHT 2365 and 4472
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Payable In Advance
8lnQle Copies, 5 Cents Each.
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
for at tho rate of 10 contfl por Insertion
for every fifteen words or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and University bullottnB
'Will Rlndly bo published free.
Entered at tho poBtofllco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as Bccond-clasa mall matter
tinder tho Act of CongrcBS of March 3,
Yesterday the amounts added to the
famine relief fund raised the total to
$59.50. The ten and a half dollars re
ceived yesterday came from the follow
ing sources; 'P. B. Sears, $1; Minnio
Elliot, $1; Paul Dell, $1; Louise East
man, $1; Flossie Erford, $1; Cash,
$2; Lilian Hrubosky, $1; Eva Arnold,
$1; Mission Study Class, $.50.
If the students were once thoroly
aroused the fund would undoubtedly
take a Hoar Into the air that would bo
something worth remembering. It will
bo noticed that the totul amount from
theclty and state has approached the
one-thousand dollar mark. The cam
paign id just starting, nevertheless.
It's time to fall into line.
Class altercations aro becoming of
lato Bomowhat common. It Is feared
that tho llttlo onos getting tholr first
peop at University lifo will get a bad
impression; thoy will come to think it
is a vory rude place and that they, in
order to maintain their position In it,
must struggle In no delicate mannor.
Freshmen Bhould not got this impres
sion. It 1b bad for them, bad for the
rost of tho school. It is very annoying
to have hoots and shouts of a lot of
brawling innocents under the sway of
mob-insanity breaking in upon tho Btu
dloiiB endeavors of upper classmen,
you know. Tho effect Is vory degrad
ing. Thoro is just one way for these first
year people to avoid causing this de-
Palladlan Program Tcmight.
The oilicors program or tno Pa
dian Society will bo given tonight as
Instrumental Solo Clara Miller
Reading Nellie Miller
Guitar Solo Walter Hadlock
Value of Debating Le Roy Cherry
Instrumental Solo Blanch Given
Influonce of High School on Men's
Lives Le Grand Cherry
Vocal Solo Evangeline Strickland
A Few interesting Titles
From a Great Line of
At 50 Cents a Copy.
We placed an order for over 3,000 volumes in order to get a price q
which would enablo us to sell these books at 50c and make a reason- q
able profit. Many of them had never before been issued in less than
a $1.50 edition, or sold for less. than $1.08. Here are some of tho
Mr. Fisher, who represents tho Cur
tis Sash company of Sioux City, Iowa,
and who has made tho designs and
plans for tho now Museum cases, has
roturned to Sioux City. A strike of
the cabinetmakers of Mr. Fisher's com
pany is anticipated, which may delay
the immediate delivery of another
type of exhibition case which is being
The Master Christian
by Mario Corelll
he Man on the Box
by Harold McGrath
The Sea Wolf
Richard Carvel "-
by Winston Churchill
The Rose of Old St. Louis
Kv Mnrv Tallinn
The Call of the Wild
6 by Jack London
A Hearts and Masks
g by Harold McGrath
8 St. Elmo
August J. Evans
Dr. Condra has finished a galley
proof-reading of geological resources
on "The Republican Valley and Adja
cent Areas of Nebraska." Tho bulletin
will bo ready for the press in about
Tho Mining Geology class plan, as
is tho custom each year, to visit tho
smeltors at Omaha before tho end of
Miss May Bothwell, 0G, will teach in
tho high school at Oakdale next year.
tjj by Paul Leicester Ford
Soldiers of Fortune
$ Richard Harding Davis
$ The Filigree Ball
W by Anna Kathorlno Green
M TV e Forest Lovers
$ by Maurice Hewlett
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The Little Minister
J; M. Barrio
A Friend of Caesar
William Sterns Davis
George Barr McCutcheon
by Booth Tarkington
Count Leo Tolstoi
Winston Churchill o
The Helmet of Navarre
hv Tlni-tlm Tttinlrln O
The Pride of Junnico
by Edgerton Castlo'
The Magic Forest
Stewart Edward White
by Emlle Zola
The Choir Invisible
James Lane Allen
Miller & Paine.
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Relieving Eye Strain g
Th.it 1b what our glasses aro doing. If yon havo reason to believe thoro
is anything tho mattor with your eyes at all, ypu should havo them
oxaminod at once. No chargo for tests. Small chargo for prppor glasses.
Graduate-Optician - 1143 0
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terlatlon in the school and that is for
thorn to leave their hats at home. It
was all right, of course, for them to got
hats, and tholr tasto in choosing the
color thoy did is all together commend
able; it glvos tho proper fresh, just-from-naturo
aspect to them, but they
should know bettor than to wear such
a color. Sophomores are too close to
tho Btago of verdancy yet, themselves
not to bo Infuriated at tho sight of It,
much as a turkoy is at tho sight of rod.
Tho reaction is largely physlcologlcal,
no doubt. A blind impulse seizes upon
tho sophomorlc brain thru the stimulus
of the optic nerves. What is tho con
clusion? Froshmen had bettor woar
Of course educators tell us children
must have oxcerclse and that they aro
not altogether to blame for all their
romping and playing when they should
-bo Btudylng. That may bo true, yet
when proporty is .destroyed in tho
romp tho little one is going too far.
When University men break windows
and proceed In a spirit of rowdyism to
"do things," they aro acting in a man
ner well becoming the name by which
the groat and immortal bard character
ized "theBe mortals."
Classes in Field and Agricultural
Geology make a trip to Milford and
vicinity today, roturnlng Saturday. A
day'B excursion to Roca will close tho
field work of these classes for tho se
Tho following appointments have
been mado by tho Military depart
ment: J. M. Clark, drum major; C. J.
Kromer, color sergeant.
Walter E. Shlndall, in school last
year, has been a vlstor on the campus,
tho past few days and will remain till
Saturday to tako In the Sphinx party.
Tho Phi Psi-Kappa Sigma basoball,
and all games, have been postponed on
account of tho inclement weather.
The sovonth recital of tho students
of tho School of Music will bo glvon
Thursday evening, April 25.
The University Dramatic Club at Il
linois will give "Liberty Hall" early in
Swimming has been added to the
athletic Instruction offered at Iowa.
Wo ar showing this season the snappiest styles
and host values in Women's Fine Oxfords and Shoes
that we have ever had. Our popular priced Footwear
fits and wears hettor than many higher priced lines.
We mention here only a few of the many styles we
carry in stock from A A to EE in Patent Vici and Colt,
Gun Metal Calf, Semi Glaze and many other kinds of
leather for tondor feet. These Oxfords are. made in
Button, Plain Lace and Gibson Ties, Sailor Ties,
Pumps and Strap Sandals in Welt or Hand' Turned
soles, low or high hoel $3.00 and $3.50.
Also a line of solid comfort Rubber Heeled Shoes
and Oxfords for nurses and women with tender feet.
Prices are $2.00, $1.75 and $1.50,
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