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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1907)
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'HOW THE COLD WORLD FEELS."
Both Phones. 1210 O St.
BASE BALL GOODS
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Sole AgentB for D. & M. Baseball
and Athletic Goods. We also carry the
Spalding lino. Special prices to clubs
on bats, balls, mitts and untforms.
LAWLOR CYCLE CO.
1324 O 8t.
Only bicycle and sporting goods house
on O streot.
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! CAST FABRICS.
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Second Article on the 8ubject by Miss
L. Stotter, 1906.
The HMCund article on "How the
Cold World Fools" Is written by Miss
I ..eta Stotter, who graduated from the
University last year. .Miss Stotter dis
courses hb follows:
In writing on "How the Cold World
Fools," permit mo to submit the fol
lowing from my observations "out in
The time is approaching when a new
class will pass out from the alma ma
ter into this same world, and perhaps
they are already drawing their mental
cloaks tighter and shivering at the
prospect. Believe me. you who are
on the threshold, "the cold, cold
world" is nothing but a proverb with
n fallacy In it, like the saying that
"overy man has his price."
My observation up to date has been
that "the world" derives its "tempera
ture" largely from the Individuals
who go out into it. If the person will
see to it that his own "temperature" bo
of a genial and suIHclent warmth, "the
cold, cold world" can nover freeze him.
He will find it comfortable and good.
He can never know that there 1b such
a quality as "coldness," any more
than a lighted lamp can realize what
"Cold" is negative. If the individual
radiate the positive quality, It will be
The' man who Hrst gave utterance
to the doleful and widely quoted sen
timent concerning "the cold, cold
world" was undoubtedly either a
Chinese laundryman who wanted to
be president, or one of those numer-
I oub creditors to whom the world owes
a living. Its author voiced a fallacious
philosophy, and the fallacy lay in mis
locating the Bource of misery.
If an Individual be prepared for Ills
work, and have a share of the "warm"
qualities, cheer, good-temper, amia
bility. he will never feel the "cold."
This last may sound like a para-
graph from a sermon, but I am sure
other alumni will bear me out in these
LI3TA STETTBR, '06.
You art wearing ' better clothes 'than formwly.
and for less money.
Dresher, The Tailor
143 South 12th, Lincoln,
makes my clothes now.
ALWAYS PA88 BECAUSE THEY ARK KEPT UP TO THI MARK
AND NEVER FALL BELOW THE OFFICIAL iTANDARD.
Recognized Universally as Beat 'for Athlates.
SEND FOR THBBB BOOKS NOW TEN CBNTB PHR COPT
No. 238. Group XVI Musclo Building;. By Dr. L. H. Onllck, Director
of Physical Training, N. Y. Public Sohools.
No. 27. Group XII College Athlotlca. By M. C. Murphy, the wen
known Athletic Trainer, now with Univ. of Penn.
No. 246. Group XII Athletic Training for Schoolboys. By Gao. "Vf.
Orton of the Univ. of Penn. and a famous atklete himself.
A copy of our completo catalogue of athletic goods will be mailed upon
MAIL ORDER DEPT.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
126 Nassau St., NEW YORK. 149 Wabash Ave., CHICAGO.
R E S U L TS
ON THE TRAIL.
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 the finest drosses and robes without danger of fading
or shrinking and guarantee not to lnjuro them In any way. Wo also
elean gentlemen's clothing of all kinds. Goods called for and dollv
ered. All goods thoroughly sterilized. We do altering aad repairing.
Phono Bell 147 1820 N street Phone Auto 1891
Call or write for prloe list. Lincoln, Neb.
J. C. Wood & Company
SPECIAL LADIE8' MAN TAILORED
SUITS ..$11.85 to $40.00
JACKETS 7.35 to $21.35
SKIRTS $4.00 to $18.65
Misses' Suits. .$10.00 to $18.00
Work, goods and fit guaranted.. Also
117 No. 12th Street
X capital aieo;ooo.oo Xj
X Surplna ami Profits...'. 1 0,000.00 Q I
P DMPOSIT8 3,00,000.00 Qi
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I Freshmen Are Earnestly Searching for
I Their Man.
I At the latest report last night the
J Freshman master of ceremonies, kld
I napped some time Thursday, had not
yet been definitely located by the anx
' tons Freshmen. It was rumored for a
time that he was imprisoned In a
second-story room on O streot, but a
I diligent search revealed nothing,
i The Freshmen, however, declure
1 they will rescue Mr. Holland before to-
night, and that he will preside at the
Freshman Hop this evening. The
wires were hot "with detective work
late yesterday afternoon and evening,
and it Is evident that the first year
men are doing all In their power for
When in need of COAL call and see the
We will treat you right
Phones: Bell 234; Auto 1610.
Office 1106 O.
Rubber Stamps, Slenoll,
Seal, Trade Checks, Key
Lock Smlthlnp, General
Machine Work, Moid
Seniors Did It.
In accordance with the plans as
mentioned in yesterday's Nebraskan,
the Seniors took charge of special
Convocation at 5 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon. The program, with but one
or two exceptions, was followed as
announced and all "did themselves
f UNION COLLEGE
For First Class Tailor
ing at Low Priest . , .
Auto, 48 Colltp Vliw
The IVY PRESS
Why Not Let Th
Do It Now?
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