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THE DAILY NEBRASKAIN
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TUB PROPERTY OP
THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
hklicitlM Olflce, 126 No. 14th St.
Editor-in-Chief Rom King
Manager. aeorgt M, VVlltM
Circulator w . . A. Jones, jO
Attt. Circulator L. J. Weaver, '10
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INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
for at tho rato of 10 conte per insertion
for ovory flf toon worda or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices a'nd Univorsity bulletins
will gladly bo published freo.
Entered at tho postofflco at Lincoln.
Nebraska, as second-claBS mail matter
under the Aot of Congress of March 8.
Another old habit of many students
is that of turning up chairs by tho
day, thereby reserving a favorite spot
to the exclusion of all comers. This
Is a hard mattor for tho librarians
to control, as thero is good reason in
permitting chairs to bo turned up for
short intervals. As It Js, there are
only a few seats near loving couples,
whoro no one wants to sit, vacant
during tho day. Tho reading room Is
small enough -without so shrinking its
To look about the Library one
would think that students are irre
sponsible bolngB. Uncovered maga
zines, empty covers and reserved
books, which are supposed to be re
turned to tho shelves after being
Make's an Interesting Address to the
Y. M. C. A.
International Y. M. C. A. Secretary
of Manchuria and Korea, Mr. C. B.
Hibbard, addressed tho men's moot
ing last night on tho work of tho Y.
M. C. A. In tho Japanese army. Mr.
Mayne, city secretary, was to have
spoken, out the arrival of rM. Hib
bard changed the plans, and those
present wero given a short but good
Idea of the work.
When the work was first com
menced the Japanese officers and sol
diers looked with disdain and appre
hension upon those engaged in the
work, but it was not long bofore the
nature of tho work won the men over
and then their place was full from
daylight until dark. Reading matter,
soap, hot water, tea-and various neces
sities were furnished. Ten thousand
needles were used on ten records,
and still the men did not tire of tho
One striking result of the work was
tho giving of $5,000 to tho work by
tho Emperor of Japan.
Mr. Hibbard Is a graduate of Wis
consin, '00, a P. B. K., and considered
the best chemist turned out from Wis
consin. He is on a six months' fur
lough and is intending to do post
work at Wisconsin tho coming semes
ter. Tho Bible sludy campaign resulted
in fifty men signing up fo rtho work.
Chancellor Has Supporters Among the
Tho chancellor has received the fol
lowing from an eminent citizen of
Nebraska outsldo of Lincoln:
"Dear Chancellor I heartily com
mend you for your vigorous action
Jewelry there Is a "knack" of doing It well, and making it look as good as
new. We have that "knack." Our repair department is In charge of
skilled workmen and Is equipped with the latest machinery.
We do Engraving, too.
HALLETT, Jeweler, 1143 0 Street
used, usually cover tho magazine
table and neighboring desks In end
less confusion. The authorities would
find it much easier to avoid tills If
every one felt himself responsible to
simply follow the rules of the Library.
To the man who forgets to return a
reserved book, tho aot is one of moral
responsibility, and to tho man who
spends a half hour in1 a vain search
for tho book tho action Is, to say the
least, disagreeable and wasteful of
Thero ip ono thing about tho Li
brary, however, for which tho students
cannot bo held responsible, and that
is tho condition of the atmosphere.
' It Is estimated that tho average tem
perature Ib above eighty Studying
In such a place becomes a difficulty
InBtend of a pleasure,1 and "occasional
lapses into tho Intellectual" become
lapses Into lroams.
Tho TruBtoos of Chicago Universi
ty wish to erect an $800,000 memorial
building to Dr. Wm. R. Hhrpor, de
ceased. They have received ?135,000
; of this sum, and hope to raise -$65,000
more. Mr. Rockefeller is reported to
havo offered to treble all contribu
tions made for this purpose.
as indicated by onolosed press report.
I hope you will stand pat. The pranks
of college boys are not much short of
disgrace to modern educational meth
ods of discipline. This state of af
fairs Is dtie largely to emasculated of
ficials at the head of our great
schools who haven't moral courage
enough to stand up against foolish
parents of young ruffianfe.
"I am with you heart and soul on
this action of yours and I fully be
lieve the people as a whole will en
dorse your action.
"Tho people are growing weary of.
spending vast sums of money on their
colleges when tho principal occupation
of their students while enrolled seems
to bo raising hell instead of their
At Convocation yesterday morning
Mrs. B. B. Conant gave a brief song
recital which delighted her audience.
Mrs. Conant has a pleasing soprano,
distinguished by its clearness of tone.
Tho first (part of the program was
composed of spring songs, the latter
part ,belhg varied.
Some of the good ones are already disappearing.
There are plenty for fun and friendship, prac
tically no crude colorings, and many excellent hits.
There are hearts, and also many good luck and
happiness emblems '
Patsy, Gretchen, Buster Brown
In the Book Department'
Hand painted varieties from 15 to 50 cents.
Place cards, tally cards, etc., at the Stationery
Miller & Paine
Friday, February 7.
8:00 p. m. 8 Mellck Court.
English Club meets with Miss Alice
Friday, February '7.
3:00 p. m. Gymnasium.
Girls' Interclass Basket Ball Tour
nament. Saturday, February 8.
7:30 p. m. University Hall 102.
Students' Debating Club meets.
8:30 p. m. Memorial Hall.
2J.30 j). m. Gymnasium.
Charter Day preliminaries.
Friday, February 21.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.,.
Saturday, February 22.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
Tho Thespians, a dramatic organi
zation of the University of Kansas,
recently communicated with the Dra
matic Club In regard to exchanging
sUiges. Upon investigation the pro
posal, tho club has found the expense
Involved Is more than It can bear at
present, but hopes to bo able to pre
sent a play at Lawrohco some time
In the future.
Vassan Callego has 99G girls regis
tered this year.
Black Suits of Every Style
This store lias always been renowned for its. superb
showing of Black Suits for men. Coupled with absolutely
trustworthy fabrics will be noted tho manner in which they
are made. The fit and style of all Kensington garments
are no.w known to excel any ready-raades, and better than
most custom wqrk. "We call attention, at a season when
black is almost indispensable, to these special items:
Full Dress Suits, silk faced, $22.50.
Full Dress Suits, silk faced and silk lined, $32.50,
$37.50 and $45.
Tuxedo Suits, $22.50 and $32.50.
Walking Coats and Vests, $20, $25 and $30.
Sack Suits, $15, $20, $25 and $30.'
Every garment pressed and fitted in our own, tailor
Magee & Deemer
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